Re: "Four Magic Moves" by Joe Dante
Your question 4 is interesting to me. I have been using the early wrist break and I have found that it is a move that gets you into the correct position at the top of the swing. That position is with a straight left wrist on top of the club and the right wrist broken backwards under the club. The rest of the swing is the same. If you look at any pro, they have this wrist postion at the top of the swing, they may have gotten there without breaking their wrists as the first move though.
For the longest time when I had a major slice problem, my right wrist was breaking the wrong way. Hold your right hand infront of you with palm facing left. break your wrist so that your thumb moves toward you and your hand is vertical. This is how my wrist would break in the backswing and this makes your left wrist break backwards and opens up the clubface. For me, the early wrist break is just a move to fix that and get to a strong left wrist at the top.