No worries, and my apologies for being ever so delicately rude earlier. Just really hoping to get some language from the CTE'ers
It's not going to happen. Whatever Stan says is gospel and everyone twists themselves into a pretzel trying to explain it. I hope you are starting to get the picture. mohrt does seem to be taking the questions seriously in his thread, but unfortunately there are already signs that there won't be a logical end to that investigation, either.
I have tried over the years to get clarification like you are and I get nowhere. Here's an example from a few years ago. Stan says that CTE takes care of throw but clearly it doesn't. He makes very bold and clear assertions about CTE that are clearly wrong and that undermine the system more generally. These are not nitpicky topics. I don't think a single CTE user appreciated the significance of this throw video.
Stan recently made a video on how CTE handles throw with soft vs hard hits. Since he has sworn off AZ, at least for now, mohrt posted up the video, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFrpI-5rKbM&t=6s I thought this video was an important...
This led to no reply from Stan but a new video a month later that talked about overcut alignments... for 33 minutes. I distilled it down into 2 minutes and thought it was kind of funny. No doubt Stan has no sense of humor. It is linked here:
... about nothing. Honestly, it's like pulling teeth. None of the issues regarding throw as shown in his "video 1" are addressed. For instance, does the CTE overcut alignment pocket balls at any speed with no adjustment, or do you have to...
Sorry if this takes you off topic, but I'm trying to inject some reality. I guess if you had the book and you were allowed through the pearly gates of Stan's facebook page you might get some kind of technical answer to your questions. The answer will be along the lines of it being a visual system utilizing different perceptions and he has found over time that the alignments you mention are what they must be for the perceptions to work. I'd put money on the answer being close to that.