Yes that is the best way to do it but I find it faster to do ADF before parity so if you do (1,0) / (2,3) as your setup it could be faster. You could adj adj into but its easier to just slice into it like you do (with a very nice finger drag that flows right into the parity algorithm if you drag with right hand and start with a down slice). Great job on using setup moves, they are useful for PBL because of how you can often do 3x3 plls on square-1 by doing 2 J perms or N perms, but thats a very advanced technique im trying to implement.What is the best way to solve Adj-Parity when it appears into the bottom layer?
What I do is: I put the edges in (FD)-(RD), and move to the top layer with: (1,0) / (2,0) [PARITY] (-2,3) /
FD -> Down layer, front side
RD -> Down layer, right side
When it appears in the top layer, I usually take around 6~7 seconds to solve the parity.
But when it is in down layer, I usually take 9~10 seconds.
This is very annoying...