I don't want you guys to think that your advice is going unappreciated, because it's not. I just haven't had a chance to get in any more practice with the weather and holidays. I hope to be out this Friday, and I will be putting the suggestions into action. I especially believe that I was not utilizing my core at all. When I was throwing, it was more of a chain reaction. Everything was very loose, and it was just organized chaos(hips, torso, shoulders, arms) till I got to the hit. I was going for more of a whipping motion than a compact gyration. Doing it the way I was I can get a really loud finger snap, but I also get a lot of OAT. I believe most of the D I'm getting is from the OAT with a hyzer release. Just doing some practice swings inside while keeping my shoulders tight, and tightening up my core, I could feel there was more power in the compactness of the movement. I used to be a spring board diver back in high school, and I remember learning the best way to spin is when your hips, legs, shoulders and arms are tight to your body. I never thought about it when driving before, so hopefully this will translate into more D come Friday. I'll report back then with the results, thanks again for the advice.