i've been having alot of problems too, i was at pc today working on sw 5s.
my theory is this: you're starting to go off axis because you're popping hard off of your left foot (assuming you're spinning over your left shoulder). so when you pop, your left foot is pushing too hard and throwing your shoulders off axis.
my idea is that to stay on axis, you need to edge super hard with your right foot and use that to set your spin. that way it'll be a more even pop.
this is my theory and i was testing it a bit today, what do you think though?
tuchie....(i murdered that word)....but there are a lot of people and magazines that say cab...for example in FREEZE they have a trick tip to cab 180 off a cliff and on the cover of TBC it says tanner hall cab 540.....just some examples but i do agree with you on the tech side of things.
and secondly, this is my signature bitch!!
"I can eat a whole box of cookies for dinner, can you? No cuz your just a little fartface kid." -will ferell
on the other hand, a cab is a fakie ollie... so tanners switch 5 on the cover of tbc isnt a cab 5 because he didnt technically ollie. I guess technically if you mounte your skis backwards, rode switch and buttered off your heals you would be doing a ca-butter. hhaa