Nice video Mike, nothing wrong with the 1280x720 for 7.7Mb.
Well... than' you ver' much </Elvis>
I notice in the clip you step forward during the rotation, does giving more slack allow for deeper turtle rotations?
Wind was about 18mph. The Sin had Wah pads on and was on its heaviest setting. Stepping forward was necessary, even towards the edge of the wind as it was. It's always good to be mobile while flying anyway. Helps enormously getting slack into the kite when needed.
I mean your kite ends with its nose virtually all the way round and down the other side. Is that entirely because you gave it a lot of slack during the rotation?
What I was trying for was Horizontal Pass -> Snap Lazy -> Climb. I still use "tricks" as turns as much as moves in their own right. Letting the kite go and stay deep means it exits the move (a bit) more positively.