I'm a little late to the discussion, but in response to Skittl's question about the spins, the answer is yes, a back upright and forward upright are not "of a different nature", b/c they are both classified/abbreviated as "UpSp" under IJS, and that is how "different nature" is now defined for adult comp, even at levels not judged under IJS. It wasn't always this way - before IJS, a back upright and forward upright were "of a different nature" and both were allowed in a Bronze comp program - I competed with my Bronze test program in Pre-Bronze and Bronze, back in 2005 and 2006. The test requirements have not changed since then but what is allowed in comp has - I know, it's odd. So you do still need both uprights in your test program but could not do them in a Bronze comp program, or you might get a deduction. You could, however, compete your Bronze program in a Pre-Bronze comp (although the time might be a problem), b/c AFAIK, there is no "different nature" rule for spins in Pre-Bronze.