So- now that everyone seems to have figured out that style is a good thing, or at that least they belive its a good thing cause its all everyone talks about these days- take the people everyone considers stylie: Pollard, Belanger, Larose, Deschenaux, etc. and look at what the do when they do a trick. What makes it stylie? Lack of body movement durring the trick. THEY AREN'T WAVING THEIR ARMS AROUND, if they grab they hold it the whole trick. They are low and wide on rails, not straight legged etc etc. Snowboarders have figured this one out already but you don't need to grab to make a trick look cool. Look at Devun Walsh, or Mark Frank Montoya: back country cab 9's with no grab, huge 180s with no grab and they look sick. JP Walker on rails, low wide gorrilla stance.