I like this as a set-up for another technique. The difference between seeing that way is that it is sequential vs. integrated. There are a lot of techniques that have different exit angles available to us and we typically don't explore those.
Here's another thought - when you perform crossing talon, if you stop and the arm-bar, crank his arm high to get the leverage, you can pivot to move him where you want him - between you and his budy for example. You have control, why not use it?
Take it out on the heavy bag,