I perused those posts back when they were posted, but didn't dig into trying them.
HSC looks interesting, though, I think I'll check it out.
I converted the text descriptions of these 8 steps into graphical PDFs at this URL: http://tinyurl.com/solvexio
Look for the files named: "EoCol8"
There is a concise 1-page version with algs and examples
and a 2-page version with more details about: Edge Orientation, Corner Separation and E-Layer Permutation
The method on these sheets keeps the alg-count low, so some steps are longer than optimal.
But I'm still consistently getting a 55 move average using the steps shown in the doc.
Again, I think that someone using more algorithms and/or more advanced techniques, could have optimized solves averaging moves in the mid-40s if...
All 8 corners can be oriented and permuted using 17-18 moves (instead of 22)
The 4 E-layer edges can be permuted using 8-9 moves (instead of 11)
Last 8 Edges (and centers) can be permuted using 14-15 moves (instead of 18)
or if any steps can be combined
EO + Orient 2 DL corners... then Sortega
or permute L6E at the same time
Let me know if the doc's diagrams and descriptions make sense or if I could explain any parts of it in a better way.
-= Solvador Cubi
(and thanks again to @WoowyBaby for triggering in me the inspiration to work on a method with steps like these)
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