Ok, so I have been a XC mountain biker for years, and before that I basically messed around on BMX's, never anything organized just fun riding... and at age 34, that was a long time ago! In the past year I started really loving DH'n and a lot of the courses have booters and drops... I am comfortable with drops, but kickers got me nervous, so I decided that I was going to "un-nervous" myself by building up a DJ bike and focus on being comfortable in the air! It is working and I am feeling the flow of the jumps now and really liking it. which leads to my question... once you are getting comfortable with jumping and you are starting to "flow" the jumps getting your amplitude up a bit, what are the next steps and for lack of better terms "moves or tricks" that you want to do....? table? X-up? what did you learn ?(I know for some of you this is a long time ago, but humor me I am a NewB to jumping)! and thanks for the input guys... PS... if you missed the Ray's ride report, here is my rig... my new DJ ride aka "the white trash trailerpark" you can see the reason its called "white" but this bike was built up from all my leftover parts plus a few hence the "trash" and as you can tell, the frame is a white Transition "Trail Or Park"