Have to say that having studied the Slow Blues Supplement for the last 6 months (I can finally figure out whatever box I am in whenever I pick a random root with either a left facing minor third or right facing minor third, and I can move through the proper subsequent or previous boxes, which let me tell you is a huge gold star for me) was an immediate aid for me when I watched all three videos of SWS this morning and sat down to start Solo 1. Previously I looked at SWS and it was over my head at the time so I put it down and started SBS. Now with that background I immediately could see that Solo No. 1 anchored in G was box 2 minor pentatonic, and because I had to fast forward to the plus one concept, I immedately understood that was just the back door into the next box. When you play the variations of Solo 1, they are just starting in other boxes. A "plus one" for susi's musical confidence, wow 2 weeks in a row. In a nutshell, SBS is a huge asset to studying SWS for me. Thanks for your time, susanmcgeeincalgary.