Here's a dumb and silly FMC I did at home using a random tnoodle scramble:
It's a 34 done with NISS, I didn't have time to deal with insertions, so I just used a move optimal T-Perm that left me with no AUF to finish the solve. I still consider myself a medium level FMCer, so I'd like to know if...

Does anyone have a better Diag-Pi alg than what is listed on the Kirmeep site? The alg is in FCN and is this: B' R' B U' B' R' B' L'
Having every other move be a B move is really terrible.

So I've read a lot about NLS and how it is a great alternative to ZZ-CT that requires fewer algs and a different recognition method. However, I can't seem to find the original post for NLS. Can someone give me a link, or post number + thread, to the write-up NLS?

Speaking of the right order to learn cases. What's the correct, and simplest way to learn TTLL? I am ambidextrous, so I'll be using all the mirrors. I will then proceed onto learning TSLE. I want to learn ZZ-CT in as painless a way as possible.
Can I also get a list of all the TTLLs that are...

TSLE + Corner is different from ZZ OLS. ZZ OLS assumes that the pair is already made, which is fine, but requires an extra step + look. TSLE + Corner requires you to learn 5 variations for each TSLE (one for each possible position of the White corner). However, at this point, we're just...

Sorry, I want an alg that doesn't start with a Y or a U. I want to solve THAT angle, not some other angle. Sorry if I wasn't clear about that.
P.S. I need some new G-Perms for big cubes.
EDIT: I'm going to use [R U R' U : R' U2 R U R' U2 L U' R U L'] for my Y-Perm from the non-standard angle...

I'm trying to remember an alg that I used to know. It was a Y-perm, but not from the typical angle; It swapped UF and UL, as well as UFL and UBR. The first two moves were R' U2.
If it makes it any easier to find, I read this alg in a post by the user Chree.
P.S. If anyone finds Chree's post...

So there was a thread I had found a few months ago, and I want to find it again. It was a thread talking about N and Y perms, and how they could be made better. Robert Yau made a post in this thread where showed off this Y-perm:
F R' F R2 U' R' U' R U R' F' R U R' U' F'
I can't find it at all.

Anyone know how to solve the Skewb Blindfolded? I've been thinking about this for quite a while and I've gotten nowhere with this. It's quite challenging for me to visualize how to do this.

Here's a dumb and silly FMC I did at home using a random tnoodle scramble:
It's a 34 done with NISS, I didn't have time to deal with insertions, so I just used a move optimal T-Perm that left me with no AUF to finish the solve. I still consider myself a medium level FMCer, so I'd like to know if...

Does anyone have a better Diag-Pi alg than what is listed on the Kirmeep site? The alg is in FCN and is this: B' R' B U' B' R' B' L'
Having every other move be a B move is really terrible.

So I've read a lot about NLS and how it is a great alternative to ZZ-CT that requires fewer algs and a different recognition method. However, I can't seem to find the original post for NLS. Can someone give me a link, or post number + thread, to the write-up NLS?

Speaking of the right order to learn cases. What's the correct, and simplest way to learn TTLL? I am ambidextrous, so I'll be using all the mirrors. I will then proceed onto learning TSLE. I want to learn ZZ-CT in as painless a way as possible.
Can I also get a list of all the TTLLs that are...

TSLE + Corner is different from ZZ OLS. ZZ OLS assumes that the pair is already made, which is fine, but requires an extra step + look. TSLE + Corner requires you to learn 5 variations for each TSLE (one for each possible position of the White corner). However, at this point, we're just...

Sorry, I want an alg that doesn't start with a Y or a U. I want to solve THAT angle, not some other angle. Sorry if I wasn't clear about that.
P.S. I need some new G-Perms for big cubes.
EDIT: I'm going to use [R U R' U : R' U2 R U R' U2 L U' R U L'] for my Y-Perm from the non-standard angle...

I'm trying to remember an alg that I used to know. It was a Y-perm, but not from the typical angle; It swapped UF and UL, as well as UFL and UBR. The first two moves were R' U2.
If it makes it any easier to find, I read this alg in a post by the user Chree.
P.S. If anyone finds Chree's post...

So there was a thread I had found a few months ago, and I want to find it again. It was a thread talking about N and Y perms, and how they could be made better. Robert Yau made a post in this thread where showed off this Y-perm:
F R' F R2 U' R' U' R U R' F' R U R' U' F'
I can't find it at all.

Anyone know how to solve the Skewb Blindfolded? I've been thinking about this for quite a while and I've gotten nowhere with this. It's quite challenging for me to visualize how to do this.