There are some good tutorials on growweedeasy , maybe nothing exactly like what I do but its just a method I use. Any training method with work well. from mainlining to LST, I find mainlining a bit slower and LST been the quickest method of getting a bush going. The main thing for me is to take away the Apical dominance. Once you have done that then you have all sorts of options. I take supper cropping a bit further as branches do try to straighten out, hence why I tie a cane to the branch once its horizontal and also tie it to its opposite sister branch. That keeps them flat allowing the nodes to start growing vertical again and spreads the canopy wider but not so deep. The results are kind of like a Scrog but without the net and not as much time Another great option as I touched upon would be to start LSTing, get yourself maybe 15 colas and open them up either with a support net or stakes. Your lighting will penetrate the whole thing and your RWDC will ensure pretty quick growth. I would probably try both methods at the same time on different plants, see how you like each. http://www.growweedeasy.com/how-to-super-crop-marijuana http://www.growweedeasy.com/low-stress-training-lst http://www.growweedeasy.com/mainlining-nugbuckets You can mix and match any training method you like, there probably isn't a "best" option, just what suits the grower and his situation, time scale, lighting ect.