1. Standing in the red area seems to be the worst handling choice, but even that can be overcome by issuing a quiet "out" command.
2. When handling from a distance, a good choice is to be to the right of the off-course jump as the dog comes through the box.
3. If running closer to the dog, running close to the off-course jump (but still layering it) seems to be enough information for the dog to continue from #2 to #3.
4. The absolute worst choice I made was to run toward the lower right of the course as Belle passed through the box for the closing.