I know that this wouldn't work against a higher level opponent, so it is prolly worthless to you hardcore veterans, but I felt like sharing anyway. Akira's throw (f,b+P) causes the opponent to recover crouching right? So, if you did a DE, it would cause them to stagger, correct? And aren't throws guaranteed after a stagger (unless the opponent struggles)? What I'm getting at here is this: can't you just do the f,b+P+G throw, then immediately follow it with a DE, then dash in and do another f,b+P+G throw then do another DE, etc, etc,? It's just a thought. And when the opponent starts to catch on, then you can do a different throw after the DE, or perhaps even an SPOD. Since there is absolutey no competition where I live (I mean none!) I've only been able to test this on the DC cpu and I did it 3 or 4 times in a row, before the computer finally "caught on". Is this a legitimate technique, or just worthless rookie exploitation?