I believe that you should take off and go a little cork. This is due to having to around your shoulder, and most people do this by bending over and therefore shifting their weight to a different location than what it would be at if you were going at it normally. The other thing is always spin in the direction that you turn your head, if you go the other way you will be counteracting your natural body turn that you already have set up. Lastly the spinning part, the 180 is too simple, all you do is keep your head at the landing. But for the 360 you want to keep the head turning ahead of the body until you can get your head to the same position at take-off.
Thats the way I see it, your choice to agree or disagree