To all those saying "it's a trannyfind", well, you're right and wrong. They are not the same thing, a redirect is a kind of trannyfind. trannyfind can be in any direction relative to the rail or feature, whereas a redirect is directly opposed to the feature. The idea is that you have to absorb the instant "redirect" and you end up going back towards the direction you came from. It has nothing to do with facing forward or not, or a 180, but you can do a redirect with a spin or not and to switch or to forward, as long as you end up traveling in the opposite direction, back towards where you came from, it's a redirect.
OP, I do sort of agree. You see this sort of thing every year or two though where someone looks at what's possible in urban and evolves it and that evolution is adopted with zeal by others. We've seen it with one footers, presses, rail to rail transfers, closeouts, 50ing creepers, gapping and firecracking stairs, and a dozen other little trends in urban.
I do love seeing a huge, high consequence, high speed/impact redirect though. A lot you see though are pretty insignificant looking.
Closeouts are tight though. Especially like the Casabon blunt to pop over in I think either Eye Trip or Refresh.