Jim, it's David not Don. But thanks for mentioning "wisdom" in
conjunction with my name. If I give you my kid's addresses will
you write and tell them.
I still think that the grip change has yet to be accurately described.
There's the whole clockwise/anticlockwise thing and there's the notion
that since both hands are rotating it's difficult to get my mind around
the trail hand rotation being the focus of the change. If you just turn
the lead hand under and hold the trail hand position the grip would move
under the trail hand thus changing its position. Maybe the trail hand doesn't
move at all?