We are now doing 6 inline poles! The interesting thing is, Susan Garrett suggests that when introducing the last set of 2, that they should be setup offset at the beginning or the end of the 4 straight poles. I was finding that with them offset, Rip would hit the entry, and then skip by the other poles and suck into the offset poles. He did this a couple times. I then just put them straight and he hit them every try.
We will now work on entries over a jump around the arc. I need to pull the anchors out and move the poles over so I have equal room for both side when incorporating the jump, and so Rip gets a different look, facing a different direction just to make sure they are proofed and he can hit them wherever I put them. Soon enough, I will look to introduce the next set of 6 poles as suggested by the DVD.