N.E.: I respect that we may have different opinions and certainly on the quality of a stallion, although I think that your statement regarding Popeye K was made recklessly. We all know how it goes when you pass along something that you "hear."
That said, I must again correct your blatantly WRONG statements on what constitutes a good hunter jump. The "bascule" refers to the body position as it travels over the jump or as you put it the "overall appearance of the jump." Same thing, not sure where there is confusion.
And, please, a horse with a truly round jump will chip? Are you serious? Watch a good pro ride a horse with good bascule around a course. There is no chipping or overjumping and they are wonderfully round. In the picture that you have posted the horse has jumped in from a long distance and is hollow-backed. He has hiked his knees up nice which was probably to compensate for the long spot. A flat jump IS NOT a winning jump in a hunter ring and I can not fathom where you may have gotten this information. Do a Google search for Pete's sake, if necessary.
From your posts, I can only surmise that you are more of a trailer rider and have not had much experience in the hunter arena. The purpose of these boards is to inform and bad information is just that - BAD INFORMATION.