ahhh J-rod dont forget about the differences between a toeside frontroll and a toeside front flip
... but I think there is such thing as a t/s slim chance... ie toeside front flip fs 3
And to address some other pts of the thread, a whirly dick is what the trick is, a whirly bird to moby dick (basically), and recently maybe last year I read in wakeboard mag and they made a distinction between a method glide and a hoochie glide, the tweaking of the two are subtle and some hoochie glides may look like method glides etc...
On the note of the thread, I like wakeboard trick names, they bring an air of uniqueness to the sport that I like although I find it easier to call O/A spins cork spins and if something looks like a rodeo, I call it a rodeo
(Message edited by wakebordr11 on October 26, 2005)