Jimster- The DriveLine article you reference in your write up talks about the IR issues.
Specifically the Sleeper Stretch. This is all new to me but has become a hot topic in my household since my son has developed scapular issues.
He has very limited IR on his throwing arm compared to his non-throwing arm. This is typical of throwers acording to his Physical Therapist.
Also he has been doing Jaeger bands 3 times a week for 2 years now and they are great for the rotator cuff, but don't do much for the back/scapular area.
His PT and others recommmend using the Throwers 10 or even Crossover Symetry bands.
I am interested in your thoughts on this? The upper back/scapula the primary launching pad for explosive arm movements appears to be a much neglected topic for throwers.