Teaching in Phoenix, in November, is always a treat for a Nebraskan. Teaching at the Seattle Mariners Training Complex makes the experience even sweeter, because of their hospitality. And teaching Cervical Revolution to a group of attendees who ask great questions on how to make sense out of “sense” is even more satisfying. This group worked each other and worked off each other. There was a good mixture of disciplines that all appreciated the need for temporal-occipital and maxillary-sphenoid rotational correspondence. The demonstrations put on by Tiffany Enache DPT and James Wittekind PT, DPT helped everyone better understand the influences that Standing Cervical-Cranial Repositioning and Standing Alternating Reciprocal Cranial Expansion can have on occlusion and sphenoid orientation. I truly enjoyed explaining how a persistent LAIC and RBC patterned individual may be receiving false information from periodontal ligament and teeth that reflect a RTMCC pattern.