One of my favorites--tai otoshi--is there. Now we just need hiza guruma and uchi mata. . .
A totally different perspective, for those who do striking-based systems with a bow stance, how often is it taught as a tremendous way to swipe someone's balance? If you look at the second frame in seoi nage, it essentially *is* a bow stance.
As a matter of discussion, what's most important?
1) initial kuzushi
2) the follow-on kake
3) having the attitude that "do whatever the f***, you want. I'm going to throw you *NOW*"