Not sure I can explain what I am asking real well, but I am having trouble "carving air off the coping" of a mini/quarterpipe/etc......meaning I can drop in carve around, carve each side up to the coping, carve out and tail tap, etc.....drop back in...but I cannot get the "feel" of carving OFF the top of the coping, airing it out, and turning in the air and dropping back in. When I hit the coping, I tend to want to land on the deck behind it. Someone told me last night "let the ramp do the work....and don't think to hard about it, just let it happen". I THINK THAT....one of my problems is that the angle of approach is too sharp. Meaning I am hitting the transition near straight on, and need to be coming up the ramp....at MUCH more of an angle, but that seems like it would send me 10 feet down the coping....but not sure....dunno.