I do not know if I have it right but it seems that CLL + ELL has less algorithms than OLL + PLL. CLL combined with ELL has 70 algorithms altogether compared to OLL + PLL which has 78 algorithms altogether. That's only a difference of 8 algorithms but in each case the number of algorithms required to learn a CLL or ELL step is less than what is need to learn for the OLL or PLL step if you say that OLL = CLL and ELL = PLL(not literally, but in terms of order of the steps). However, I am asking a question more than I am making a statement. What I want to know is what the average number of moves is for a CLL and an ELL algorithm and how many mirrors does each step have. Does anyone know a site that has this information or do you already have the information? I would love to see it because if each step has, not only less moves, but a lot of mirror cases then I think they might be easier to learn.