The SW Regional had exceptionally challenging, interesting courses. This was one of them. The Q rate was very low, so I was proud of Trevor when he Qed.
My instructor Moe said I should have handled the AF with Trevor on my right, serped after the AF, and then rear-crossed the jump before the weaves. I agonized over this part of the course--there was a high failure rate no matter what people did. We got through the AF-weave sequence okay, but we had a bad, slow line. I would try the serp/RC approach if I had it to do over.