Ok I am wondering a little detail about the progressive edge. I understand a progressive edge in the way it applies directly to the angle of your board in the water. The question I have is more of what the shape of the cut into the wake should be.
When I cut into the wake not only do I increase my edge but I also increase my angle towards the wake so that by the time I am at the wake I am almost perpendicular to the boats direction. (CUT B)
I was wondering how others out there cut and if you cut differently depending on the trick. Cutting my way seems to load the line ALOT and gives great pop but that isn't necessarily a good thing for all tricks; spins are very hard for me right now because of all the line tension.
I may have just answered my own question but Im still curious on others thoughts on this. I made a little picture to better convey my thoughts. The Blue is the wake and the red your path of the cut. I also am curious as to what angle you guys hit the wake at and if it changes for various tricks.