The site is still choca block full of Flip footage from the 3 video which is excellent news for me because there were several parts from Flip's next level video legacy that I didn't get to include last time. First up, Mark Appleyard opened up Flip's first full length with a part which became one of the best of all time, Sorry from 2002.

Really Sorry dropped 12 months after Sorry but the short time frame did nothing to stop the team from stacking bumper amounts of VX1 insanity. Bastien Salabanzi was now a veteran at 16 going on 17 and the power was clear for all to see.

The Flip videos have always stuffed full of gnarly footage, not unlike Twisternederland's latest fail compilation.

David Gonzalez took the curtains of Extremely Sorry for his first full-length part, no mean feat for a kid from the rough streets of Medellin, but when you've got board control like his on all terrain, anything is possible.

This week we close out with an OG Prince of Pinnacle, the much loved and sorely missed Shane Cross in Volcom's Let's Live.