Not exactly the proper context. MTM uses the approach you recommend on page 12 of "visual tennis" of mastering the model stoke, then as feel is developed, using feel, along with some suggestions, to make all the little adjustments required for most Fh situations. Maybe you don't still do it the same way currently, but that aspect of the book was right on target IMO. A nice basic model is the place to start and develop feel from experience. On the other hand citing numerous variations and situational compensations is probably more of a wasted exercise for most players, as players are going to develop feel differently alone with having varied personal strengths to work from in their game. I think your earlier approach of using a model is better advice.