Ok, in that case my pick for the week would be Cory's move. I think the mirror bounce (i'm sure it has a better name) ads a nice change, lets try and and more variety to the moves. So for next week (I suppose that will be Thursday the 9th, to give us all a bit more time)
The routine should go something like this:
Move 1 - Elsie's move - Both batons clockwise - Smooth movement, well isolated balls, both hands making perfect circles right next to each other.
Move 2 - Grateful's move - Use the horizontal line that the batons create at the end of move 1 as a base line, and do not let any part of the baton go below it.
Bring batons up to meet each other in the middle, then back down to base line again. Your hands draw a quarter circle each, making a semi circle.
If you are doing this correctly, on the move up to the middle you should find a ball naturally isolates itself on the left hand baton, then on the way down it will be on the right hand baton. At the same time, on the way up to the middle, on the right hand baton a ball will travel in a straight line upwards above to iso'd ball, and likewise on the way down, a ball will travel straight downwards on the left hand baton.
Move 3 - Pilolip's move - When I first saw this, after I'd stopped salivating I tried to analyse what was happening. I got all muddled when I was watching the balls, so I watched Pilolip's hands instead, and there was my answer - it was the same move as Grateful's except with the bottom part of the pattern added. If you watch his hands you'll see that they are both doing a semi-circle each, thus making a full circle.
Do the same thing making the 'base line' horizontally, and when you do the top part, don't go below it, and when you do the bottom part, don't go above it.
Move 4 - Ryan's Clocks - The easiest way I found to remeber what was going on is all in the name. The right baton goes from 12 o'clock to 6 o'clock, just as a real clock hand would. Then the left baton goes from 6 o'clock to 12 o'clock again. Aim to keep the movement of whichever baton is just travelling the straight line in as straight a line as possible, but I'm sure you knew that already ￼
Something helpful for this move is to keep both hands totally level (on the horizontal plane) with each other the whole way through, this will help keep the timing right on the baton doing the circles.
Move 5 - Cory's box pattern - With this one you are drawing the shape of two boxes side by side. After the last 'clocks' move, when the batons come to rest in the upright position, they are already making the "inner walls" of the boxes you are about to make. Isolate the upper ball on each baton, and move the batons until they make the "upper walls" of the boxes (i.e. in a straight horizontal line), then isolate the outer balls and move the batons to make the "outer walls" of the boxes. Next, isolate the two lower balls and move the batons to make the "bottom walls", then isolate the two central balls and move the batons back to the first position, the "inner walls". Good hints to make this look clean is to try and define each 90 degree switch by almost jerking the baton at each transition.
Move 6 - Pich's big box - Very similar to the last pattern, but instead of making just two small boxes, you are making two more directly underneath the last ones (or one big box if you like) (or two tall rectangles if you also like). If anyone wants this explaining some more I'll do a slowed down video so you can see it clearly.
Move 7 - Congasious' move - From the bottom section of the big box move, just before both batons would move to the lowest horizontal section of the box, they do a half antispin upwards. The balls at the bottom travel in a straight line upwards, while the balls at the top do an horizontal straight line across the middle where they meet, before they return back to their starting point. Then you isolate those balls and spin the batons through 180 degrees back to the start of the move. "Half antispin, half spinspin". Rinse and repeat!
Move 8 - Pich's move - During the last 'half antispin' of Congasious' move, keep the upper balls travelling in the same direction they were going (towards the center) and when they meet, keep them moving right across each other. The batons go totally horizontal and your right arm wants to be ABOVE your left arm. Keep travelling across until the batons have fully passed each other, making a straight line.
From here, your goal is to keep the batons in this straight line, and make them do a complete clockwise circle, using the point where the two balls are together as the central point of rotation. Your arms will uncross, and then cross again, with your left arm ABOVE your right arm.
The important part of this move is the horizontal lines. Try to make these lines as clean and flat as you can before the spin, during the spin, and then once it has finished.
Move 9 - by Congasious - After the full double spin-spin proposed by Pich, your hands go back in the other way : they will made a perfect circle in anticlockwise during the batons are continuing to spin (with the fingers) at the same speed, still in clockwise. So for each baton, there is a double spin in opposite way with 1 small spin during 1 big spin, it's a full antispin 1-1. We can see straight lines when the batons are horizontal and when they are vertical and also, the batons stay all the time parallel. Then we repeat the full double spin-spin 1-1 and then the full double antispin 1-1
Move 10 - by Elsie - After completing a full spin-spin with both arms so that we form a straight horizontal line with crossed arms, the right hand does a half spin-spin keeping the same direction while the left arm transfers the baton horizontally until we form a straight line with arms uncrossed. Then the left hand does a half spin-spin the same direction and the right arm transfers the baton horizontally until we form a straight line with crossed arms. (note: the batons doing the half spin-spin are always moving on the upper part of the circle)
Move 11 - by Congasious - At the point where your arms are still crossed at the end of the last move, the baton in your left hand does the same as before, just being moved along the horizontal line, while the baton in your right hand does a (clockwise) half antispin, staying underneath the horizontal line. Then, while the right hand baton gets moved along the horizontal line the left hand does the same half antispin below that horizontal line, making your arms cross over with the left going underneath the right.
Move 12 - Pich - action/reaction - during the last move, when the left hand baton draws the horizontal line, instead of doing a half antispin with the right, do a full antispin and stop the baton just above the left one. Then do a full spinspin with the left. Repeat!
When this move is done correctly, the balls on the baton in your right hand make a "+" shape and the left baton has one ball isolated and the other doing a full circle.
Move 13 - by Tom Atto
During one baton does an horizontal go and back translation (let's call it "simple line"), the second hand does a full "line-spin" with the line (done by the hand) which does a vertical go and back (1/2 down, 1 up and 1/2 down). Each time when the two batons are horizontal side by side, we switch the action of each hand and continue the figure in the opposite direction.
The speed of both batons must stay linear and accorded. The go and back of the horizontal baton is on the distance of one baton. The amplitude of the baton which does the line-spin is one baton up and one baton down to the horizontal baton. In fact our hands moves on the distance of one baton (half up and half down).
Move 14 - Cory O
(can Cory type up a description of the move? I will edit this post once I have something to fill the gap with)
Move 15 - ?