You're completly right :cool:
I've forgotten to mention that if you have bad edges at LU, FU, RU, FD and the UL and UR edges on UF and DF you can do an M to fix the EO and it solves the L and R edges!

I guess I get the hang of step 4 (--> It's party time! :D)
When I have 3 bad edges on top I can choose between UM, UM' , U'M and U'M'. This is all you need for a good step 4!!!!!
I have done an average of 100...a lot of work...and my average is 14.48 moves Stm! I'm so happy! :D :D :D

...a U-perm^^
Scramble: M U' M2 U' M U2 M U2 M'. Solve EO: M'.
--> Nice! And in your EO of scramble 5, you set up with M' U2 M' and then you orient all with M, right?

Thanks!
Your solutions are interesting...
Has step 4c skipped radomly in your solution of the 4th scramble?
What have you done in the solution of the 5th scramble at the beginning?
I don't understand your EO.

...still need help...
solve that scrambles!
4.) M2 U M' U2 M U2 M' U2 M2 U M2 U M U M' U M2 U2 M' U M' U2 M2 U' M
5.) U' M' U2 M' U M U M2 U2 M U M' U2 M' U2 M2 U2 M' U' M U' M' U2 M' U2
6.) M U2 M U2 M2 U M U2 M U2 M’ U2 M’ U2 M’ U’ M’ U2 M U2 M U’ M

Back...and I also have practiced Roux :D
I guess first and second block is not a big problem at all, I just need MUCH more practise.
I still have big problems with the L6E. Always about 18 moves.
I don't understand your solutions really. It looks mostly that the UL and UR pieces are lucky...

Your EO looks very strange, when I have given you scrambles where the centers aren't oriented, you don't make an M-move first.
What are you doing here?
1.) U2 M' U M' U M2 U2 M' U2 M2 U2 M' U M2 U2 M U M2 U2 M U M2 U2 M' U2
EO is U M2 U M' U2 M'. U M' puts the L&R edges on D. U' M2 places...

Okay, thank you!
I have to say that I don't understand your solution completely.
You're definitely right, you orient and permute simultaneously...
Do you use for that Roux's optimization table for step 4a?

Your example solves helps a lot!
I give you more srambles :D
1.) U2 M' U M' U M2 U2 M' U2 M2 U2 M' U M2 U2 M U M2 U2 M U M2 U2 M' U2
2.) U' M2 U' M2 U2 M' U2 M' U' M2 U2 M U M U2 M2 U M' U' M' U' M U M2 U2
3.) M' U M' U M U2 M' U' M2 U M2 U M' U2 M' U2 M2 U2 M' U M U2 M2 U M

After 3 or 2 days studying of these nice tables, I noticed that all "algs" are VERY intuitive, I can do the R block in about 16-17 moves.
But now I have the same Problem with step 4, I'm about 18-19 moves and I don't know how I can improve. I think optimization of 4a isn't a good idea for...

Wow!
You're pretty efficient!^^
Could you make a more detailed tutorial for the second block that shows all of your tricks?
I'm sure it would help me a lot!
And could you tell me which cases of Gilles Roux's endless tables are not that intuitive?

I think to be color neutral on speedcubing isn't a good idea for me.
Do you use the "algorithms" from gilles roux's site for building the 1x2x2 block on the right site? And whst is your move count for the second block when you go fast?

Can anyone tell how i can build the second block EASY and efficient?
Last corner-edge pair is not the problem, but I'm bad at 1x2x2... always about 10 moves...
Is there a good way to do it, except building a pair and then attach the edge?