Has anyone read the book/dvd "Go Snowboard" by Neil McNab. I read it and some of it made a lot of sense. I tried the pressure point system (ABCD) listed in the book and it works great for greens. When I tried it in the blue, I have a hard time bringing my board around from heel edge to toe edge (regular stance). The front of the board would start the turn when I applied pressure to the left (front) little toes while at the same time keeping pressure on the right (back) heel (like the book said to do). As the board turn, I would move the pressure from the back heel to the back toe (now pressure is on both toe sides) but the board would slide down the hill at a 45 degree angle instead of turning fully. I would then panic and throw my back leg into the turn to bring the board completely around. I know that this is wrong but can someone help me. If I wait for the toe edge to engage, I seem to be picking up too much speed. I would panic even further and try to "bail out". Thanks is advance.