My publisher says "Not just to tell how to do your style, tell WHY it is superior." O.K. I stuffed up there. From my signature, Level 1 : "Level One: Snowplough rotations. With even weighting on both skis. we start the turn by bringing the upper arm and shoulder around in the direction of the proposed new turn. Do not weight the outside ski ! The slope will do this. Windup using Stein's Delayed Shoulder Snowplough if a stronger turn is needed." Today at Bawbs, the new snow started to compact and squeak at lunch time. "The snow is awful, I want to go home now" said my student. The answer was to go back to our special snowplough and stay there all day. This sort of snowplough let's one stop by just continuing to turn across the slope. That fixes the "Stopping hurts my legs" complaint. You get going again from the "across the hill" position by adding a "Stein Windup" of your arm in the opposite direction. This sort of snowplough is sliding all the time. That fixes the "My ski tips me over when I try to make it slide" complaint. You must increase your speed until the skis feel light under your feet and avoid slowing down. If anyone disses you, you must explain "This is a Gliding Wedge, used all the time in International Competition ".