I'm curious how this happens for most of you in CRV. I feel like when I do a CRV session, I'm just writing a bunch of random disconnected stuff. In other methodologies they specifically identify some things to latch onto and probe deeper. For instance in TRV you define X as the most important aspect, A is the next most important, and then B, and so on. Then you go on to do S1-S4 on X, and S1-S4 on A, and so on, and at the end you combine the info for each of the aspects into a site template. HRVG does something similar. I know Daz does this, watching his video sessions he clearly is thinking, "here is something, let's get more info about this". In TRV, aspect X, the most important part of the target, is selected early, but it's not specific so you can't be "wrong", since every target has a most important aspect. In HRVG I see Dick do the same using the gestalts, but the gestalts are selected later in the session after some site contact has been established. In CRV the gestalts are the first thing, and if you are wrong about them, then does that throw off your whole session, or do you find things to latch onto in later stages?