First let me give you a little run down about my son. He is playing 12U travel. He just turned 13. He didn't start playing baseball till he was 11. This is his second year of travel ball. He is a really good hitter. He is currently hitting .493 in about 30 games with over 75 at bats. He had a 12 game hitting streak, and has hit safely in 17 of his last 18 games. I think of the 30 or so games he has only not had a hit in about 5. He has hit home runs, triples, doubles, etc.... He has only struck out 5 times so far. He has 23 walks, his on base percentage is well over .619, and his slugging % is .740 (I only know all this because I found a website that computes it all for you). Anyway, you can see where I'm going with this. So, again, I have done a lot of research lately on this rotational hitting and looked at a lot of videos, and see the difference with the tilt, and the drag of the back foot, and how the angle of the bat is different. Anyway, I am really afraid to change his swing at all with how well he has been hitting. I'm not saying he has a great swing by know means. I couldn't tell if he does or not, but he gets the job done none the less. I trust his coaches and they say his swing looks pretty good and he makes really good contact on a consistent basis. They believe in not striding so much, and they do kinda teach squishing the bug. I don't pretend to be a coach or hitting instructor, so please take a look at his swing and tell me if you think after the season I should look to change his swing to the rotational style. I know this was a long post, but I really appreciate all the expertise I can get on this. Please feel free to critique his swing. That's the only way I can make him an even better hitter then he is now. Thanks.