In the video, you hear Newman remark, "It's so hard to tell the typical on this stuff…" which echoes a conversation I just had with Boone and Crockett Assistant Director of Big Game Records, Justin E. Spring. "For a nontypical rack, you score the typical frame and then you add the abnormal point. So the fist step and biggest hurdle with a big nontyp like this is deciding what is what--which can lead to heated discussions between scorers. On a really funky rack, it's not usual to sit for several hours just figuring out the typical frame." Check it out, as Newman explains how he does it using two different colors of tape.