I have added a new page to my blog, where I have placed a copy of the most recent version of the WBF CC "Notes" for my partnership with Ken Eichenbaum for the WBF Open Pairs in Philadelphia, in case anyone is interested. The system is a fusion of styles, which is what most good partnerships become. In many ways, there are likely aspects that are not perfect, and that perhaps one or the other of us would have preferred slightly different. But, when you couple the need to cater to a partnership, and the strengths and weaknesses of each partner, and realistic memory loads, you end up with something like this.
That said, I feel very good about the end product. I think we have reached a level of sophistication that will prepare us well for many contingencies. Some of our most recent ideas are perhaps somewhat novel, and we have been testing them out with good experience on BBO on monday nights (partnership bidding area). Feel free to kibbitz. Be warned, though, that I like to smoke, and Eichenbaum likes to talk, so you might see occasional lulls while one or both are occurring. For some strange reason, I cannot see who is kibbitsing, but Eichenbaum can. So, he occasionally send comments to those who have been watching, including some of his students.