Good post. Unfortunately people remember the players who catch the spectacular throws or who handle, but over look the guy running the whole game, playing tactically to the benefit of the team. This is important to point out and important to remember on the field. I am playing a lot of mid field and popping at the moment and it is all about running and maybe being in the right place and not getting discouraged when you break through the cup AGAIN to have the disc swing across to another handler and you have to turn around and cut AGAIN.... but there is a good chance that it was the distraction of the popping that opened up the cup enough to allow the throw through. It is hard to keep going when it is not all about the spectacular and the glory, but perhaps this is something we learn with age?