if by ww you mean you can see through the strings during the wrap around then yes. so what i'm saying is that if you do not use your arm when you swing, which is difficult for most ppl, have that whippy wrist, racquet flip back, ssc, type of swing then you will be making contact with a very close to neutral wrist. this is an advanced fh. not bragging or anything but this is how i hit my fh and i can tell you that when you hit w/ neutral in this style you get better control because your hand is in it's most natural position at contact and you get better pop because those few centimeters of going from laid back to neutral or close to neutral make a difference. Also the sound of the hit is different believe it or not. also i've noticed that the more of an inside out type of swing you have the more neutral the wrist will be. By that i mean the hand starts the forward swing closer to the body and flies outward away from the body on it's way to contact. Players who don't have this inside out type of motion will hit with more laid back wrist at contact. Most vids of people on this site i see do not have this inside out motion. The inside out motion, imo is a better, more biomechanically correct motion than your typical 'straight at the ball from ptd' position because if you just stand and rotate your body your arm will fly outward right? Like lockandroll's chinese drum video. Centripetal force. So if you dont fight this motion you get more good stuff imo. More speed. Looser arm. That's my theory. This 'theory' of mine is also discussed on Yandell's site.