Again, we must stress that on the West Coast of the United States and Canada and some parts of Mexico, and this FORUM are still on September 1st. Until 33 minutes from this post. (And Chris and Weston are both Californian)
4x4: 1:36.33[P], 1:38.33, (1:55.06[DP]), (1:33.84[P]), 1:50.58[OP] = 1:41.75 Comment: Where did that come from?
Sq-1: 1:15.38, (1:48.65), 1:22.11, 1:18.84, (1:10.94) = 1:18.78 Comment: Just starting, I'll get a lot faster.
Oooh, I found a PLL skip with that scramble.
Same as Rowe's until the third pair: z' y U R U R' U' R U R'
fourth (lots of moves): y' R U R' U' R U R' U' R U R' U2 F' U F
OLL: y R U R' U' x D' R' U R E' z'
I know, I need to find an algorithm for that nasty case there.
I'm leaving, but I always thought about OMSI. And I'm pretty sure the first thing that would have to happen is some sort of unofficial competition to spruce up interest in the area, I don't think there are too many cubers, because I seem to be one of the chosen few if and when I bring my cube on...
I went from storebought to Type A-I back to storebought to F-II to storebought again. The same storebought never gets lost. I was at ~29-31 seconds when I got my first DIY, but I had a friend sand down the pieces on my storebought the spring before then, went through the summer, and got a DIY then.