Caution: There are some directives in L2 which are obsolete:
Do NOT sit heavy on your horse to back it: directive corrected by Linda in a savvy club dvd. (Get OFF your horse's back to back it.)
The "BS" rein is no longer abhorred, instead it is standard, & of course its name had to be changed to "Californio" or "steady" rein.
"Never, ever release on a brace" (when horse braces against rider) is to be compared with Linda's subsequent article, "Zero Brace".
"Ride like Charlie Chaplin" (leg relaxed, with toes angled out to the degree that they naturally fall) is to be compared with Colleen Kelly's subsequent directive to have toes (& entire leg, with inside of knee anchored to saddle) forward.
When in doubt, get feedback from the horse. :)