Yes, I do like it. Easy to learn and do, works well for flat or circular knitting, can be done close to the edge or in the middle of a row. I have found knitting the stiches together can [I]sometimes[/I] be a little tight, but not so much that it puts me off the near perfect results.
I went onto TECHknitters Blog and looking at any of her posts her email address it at the bottom her article(s), and just above the comments from other people, in pale grey where the copyright dates are listed.
The only reason I suggest contacting some of the ‘names’ was because they might have come across this decrease whether via the net or in real life at the various classes and ‘road shows’ that they do.
I looked at the video you linked to and Jonny is actually slipping the second stich Kwise tbl, but because it doesn’t twist the stitch the result is the same as slipping Pwise. As this lead to you having a ‘What would happen if …?’ moment and getting a great result kudos to you, :yay: some of the great discoveries of the world have happened that way.