Very interesting. In fact I was considering these points you brought up before I posted the proposal, and it got me thinking if the fingers in the trick names are actually some sort of modifier (the term "modifier" also has no truly concrete definition, just like most things in something as hobby-like as pen spinning) and Around being the actual trick. Anyways, like I said, yeah most people won't really care (or they are smart enough, as you say) about a space. Seems like there is a fundamental difference of opinion here. Whatever we do, I think settling on a single system is best. So maybe a poll is necessary? Seems a bit overkill on a small matter of opinion like this to be honest, but it may be the most logical option. I for one don't think one of us should concede willy-nilly to the other's view here, especially since both opinions have reasoning. In regards to your proposal to combine the articles into a self-contained "Around" article, instead of a category like it currently is, is definitely a viable option. The only potential problem I foresee is if we choose to elaborate on Fingerless, Continuous, and Continuous Fingerless variations for each trick. Of course, the advantage gained by combining the articles into a single cohesive article with no need to click links to get to other Around tricks could outweigh this cost, and no one is telling us to go that much into detail regarding the variations anyway. And if we do describe each variation, its not like it requires a significant amount of space for a description and perhaps a gif. After all YouTube tutorials exist for a reason, and written tutorials are so vastly inferior to videos, so we shouldn't even write full in-depth descriptions of how a pen specifically moves during a trick. So perhaps combining pages is a good idea? What about Spins then? I think combining could work well for Spins too. What about Hybrids then? This combining of trick articles would only apply to articles it makes most sense to I guess. Shadows, for example would retain their own page I think, even though they contain a spin and charge.