I fear we're overcomplicating a lot interpreting this faq. I think it's much more simpler by interpreting the changes from an "all-at-once" point of view (and using the difference between "declare" and "perform), without adding options or overinterpretations. In this case the rules are much more easier to apply: - You can Move + BS/CC attack (choosing the point of fire along the way) - Specularly you can BS/CC attack + Move (choosing the point of fire along the way) The only exception is on DTW (see the "declare" point that was moved from the total cover paragraph to the weapon template one), but it's something that was already existing in the rules, just moved somewhere else. And... well, that's it. It doesn't change the interpretation of the Aro/aro-bait mechanics, the rules stay the same. It only changes the scope of feasibility. I fear we're trying to implicitly add new mechanics to justify the rule interation proposed in this new FAQ, but no, really. The part added in the BS attack (the "you can fire from a LoF") I think it's just a clarification of an already commonly used interation: you cannot move+bs attack and declare the shot from a position without LoF, to abuse the weapon's rangeband (a clarification that I never felt necessary, but I can see a malicious player could try to leverage the missing wording). That's my personal opinion, btw. Peace!