This is the 10 millionth time that I think I finally figured out how to productively relate to this wonderful vehicle. And like all the prior times... I actually think I get it now. The odds are I don't, but damn it, I think I do. My favorite sport, Beyond passion, when I was growing up, was skiing and well into midlife. I was told I was world class. And trying to figure out how to move this vehicle I've been through every sport that I've done and those that I haven't from throwing a ball which I was never good at, to skating which I didn't like much, to swimming where I had an enormously powerful kick, conventional cycling in which I was very strong, and some other sports I'm not thinking of right now. And this morning what seems like an incredible breakthrough. In skiing it's known as unweighting. And if you're really racing down the hill trying to lose as little speed as possible you unweight between turns in as quick a microsecond as you can driving your body down the fall line. And quite possibly the detector of that microsecond of unwaiting, is the perineum down the fall line. And all of that is falling into place on this ride. And the body seems quite happy with the mechanics. We'll see.