I typed a long reply here last night but checked for new messages and lost all the typing, my own fault. Anyway the crux of it was that working with any good distance casting video, like George Roberts video, would be a very good study toward getting the most out of the Atlantis. Most of the concepts are the same:
- loading and unloading the rod
- smooth acceleration along a very straight path
- hard stop at the correct position
- extending the length of the casting stroke for more distance
- fault correction, etc
There are differences - line management, double hauling, and dealing with wind using a backhanded cast is very effective with a two-hander where pretty lame with a single. But the foundations are the same.
Anyway I have bribed my daughter to take some video for me early next week. It's gonna cost me!
Also, I am giving a two-handed seminar at Rod Builder's Workshop and will make sure that we get some footage.