Tunnel: Mark Kramer does a good run at Big Falls, and I imagine your body movements to be similar in nature. Hooking the feet, leaning back as you drop in, then ready to dive forward if it kicks up hard in the front.
How far left to right you would position the boat that depends on the rock that keeps moving and fu&(ing up the left side of Tunnel.
Toilet: Could be similar move. LOTS OF MOMENTUM!
Gore: That rapid has one eddy riverleft just above it. The logjam there is gone and it is usable again. I have used it a couple times to catch myself when messing up the line. From there you can reset your ferry angle and drop in nicely, but you are then lacking the speed and will most likely be surfing Ginger. Running gore clean up top on the left with momentum and changing the angle in order to keep speed and making the diagonal move has a tendency to shoot me through ginger to riverright. There is also the complication of being late at the top or early for running that slot. When I'm late the boat boofs on the left and I highside left, then right again in ginger, and when late highside right. Have had easier runs through ginger being early on the drop and even avoiding ginger as you begin to miss it the more upriver you drop in.
Jay is thinking about running with a thighstrap from our gear stash. That's a 4" velcro strap that can be ripped open quickly. So he's planning on using that and pulling it if he knows it's over.
Like a lapbelt in four wheeling, have used loopstraps a couple times on conventional/cat/creature boasts on the frame to emulate a thighstrap, or seatbelt, so to speak. Not *really* recommending this, but here it goes: Did set the loopstraps up in distance such that the overlap length through the buckle is only a couple of inches. That way i cinch in as tight as needed and hit the cam of the buckle in order to release. My weight and or/the movement immediately runs the couple inches of fabric through the buckle and the swim begins.
Jay is nervous, understandably. (He's known to some as Captain Loco from the front range, that dude with the hockey sticks and the flags... you know.. silent jay, emphasis on silent