Worked on playing with Strafe on this yesterday, with lowered jumps. I made it harder by handling the whole thing with the dog on my right, using the "flick" maneuver as taught by Jaakko and Janita. We hit a couple bumps where Strafe committed to the obvious side of #2 so we worked on our timing with that and with him coming straight to my arm when I lower it and call him strongly. No, I did not get video. No I probably won't use this on American courses, but it's a fun skill to have and it is a very straightforward way to handle it - no side changes involved, no blind crosses, just a quick "flick" maneuver, the dog does all the work. Fun! But it's something you have to practice before trusting it at a trial... and it's especially hard for us to master since we really don't ever get a chance to practice something like this at a trial here in the USA. But I like having a ton of skills!