Here is exercise three from the 03/11 article by Nancy Gyes.
There are a myriad of ways to handle 1-6, and I don't know that it makes much difference which way is chosen, as long as the dog doesn't go off-course. I felt the crucial point of this exercise was how you decided to handle the weaves. Front crossing between #6 and the weaves gave me the feeling I was in control of the run. My second choice would be the blind cross I did at the weave exit. However, much to my surprise, Belle's fastest run was her first complete run on the video where I waited to do a rear cross after she took #6 and then had to run like crazy to catch up in the weaves.
I was absolutely taken by surprise when both Belle and Dusty took went from 1 to 3 on their first attempt on this course. I haven't a clue why they did it. Belle only did it once, but Dusty did it several times. He also went off-course from 5 to 3. I suspect that was because two of the fingers on my left hand were pointing at 3 as I went by it.