I think what sets apart an intuitive method from an algorithmic method is that the details don't really matter ... as long as the solver is aware of the sub-goals to be reached, they should be able to kludge together the bits in between, even if the exact moves have been forgotten.
How about the '35' methodAthefre/Cride - I still think your 2x2x2 methods are too complicated - too much to remember!
I know. I was just joking@ariasamie, just because a timer can register better time resolution doesn't mean it's more accurate. A general problem with PC based timers (and this includes CCT) is that they share processing with other tasks. If your computer decides that some task is more important than 'stop timer' then your times are going to be wrong. Personally, I would trust a Stackmat/QJ timer more than anything on a PC.
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