Well, I'm quite sure I never said it was a "great video" but I did say there are often communications problems when two people of different language backgrounds describe things. I also said that an open stance forehand is superior when we consider "just" recovery - seldom are we just looking at one aspect of a stroke. I'm certainly not trying to endorse Wegner/MTM but you must be seeing something that's not apparent to me. I'm also not familiar with the "fork" type device in the video - kept watching to see if they/he was going to hit a ball from it because the base looked like it might be on backward. I also was interested in getting a better look at his ball cart - looked to me like a shopping cart. Maybe he's marketing these products, don't know. My own cart is rather modified because I have to go up/down a few steps and a conventional cart is clumsy. So, maybe I wasn't paying full attention to what he was talking about (think I already said it seemed somewhat convoluted) but in the video, I must admit I didn't see anything that unusual. The USPTA has this identical stroke illustrated in pictures in one of their training manuals - even the left foot lands behind the right -- might be 5 - 8 years old.