I've been working on the HS BS 360 too!
I feel for ya after going through a hard digger, ya gotta get back on the horse.
I had a real bad digger on a HS BS 360 last year.
:50 --> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA5oBHIrtow
When you get back on the horse so to speak, take the fins off and start with many many surface 360s. They'll help your handle control big time.
You can even practice a bunch of inside out (jumping the white wash at 15 mph from inside the wake going outside) 360s. If you keep your body position correct (always leaning away from the boat) you can even land at 270 degrees rotation and not
have a big wreck.
7 steps I wrote down from Shaun Murray's Detention 2012:
1. let your arms drift away from your body
2. squat down as you come into the wake
3. pull the handle with BOTH HANDS! as you feel the TAIL leave the water.
4. look towards the lead shoulder of the spin. keep your head level.
5. get the handle quick!
6. keep the handle close
7. SOFT KNEES!
Hope this helps,