That not my reading of Sixth Sense: My reading of that is different. It doesn't say it works like a 360º visor, but that let the model ignore a requisite (LoF). And also, the 360º vision of CC is limited to CC, the model cannot trace LoF outside CC when engaged. So, when the model declares a CC attack, that clause activates for the entire order. And now the reactive model can declare a BS attack at some point before the other model reached B2B. If the justification in the ZVZ was the LoF, it would work the same: The active model declares CC, SSL2 enable BS attack without LoF, reactive model can shot. But that doesn't happen for the ZVZ rule: Which, now that i'm reading it... the BS attack may ignore the LoF requisite thanks to SSL2, so it could theoretically be also declared :/ This is why that FAQ is dangerous, the FAQ goes against that; one of the gold rules of inifinty with that reasoning. If SSL2 would work like a 360º visor, then it would work like that, and maybe it's the intended functionality. I'll take your explanation as the RAI until SSL2 is reworked; but the RAW in this case guide the player for a very different path.