First please do not compare your non dynamic hobbies to the very dynamic environment that you are in while riding a motorcycle. The same goes for any dynamically learned skill, driving, sailing, CPR, etc. Yes you can read about it, discuss it and even argue about it but when push come to shove do you want you pilot trying to land that 777 your in after only reading about how to do it? Mr. Keith Code may have participated in forum discussions and explained the text book method on some maneuvers but even he will tell you that there is no substitution for in person live feedback and supervision. I may be silly for thinking that there is a limitaition on what can be taught by the net and a forum, but you, sir, have surpassed silly by thinking that anyone can teach a dynamic process just by typing about it. If we were to compare hobbies such as electronics, or computer programming then yes you can teach over a forum. But I would never teach power engineering ( boiler operator) over a forum. It requires book work and hands on instruction. Same with motorcycle training, flight training and yes the training needed to change oil in a car. My point, the one that was missed, was very simple. Dont substitute forum based training for hands on training, you may know what was said but you will never know what is right. Now I want you to think, dont type, just think. What are the limitations of the internet as a teaching tool. Do this and have a valid and well presented rational for your answer. The write it down, wait a week and write another response to yourself. Then after writing your second response read your first and then wait a week and write a third. The re read both your first and second responses.