Yes, good advice. BUT it is important to learn how to reverse tack the boat (or whatever they call it) if you get stuck in Irons. This is especially important if you are sailing in higher wind. When it's blowing, really blowing and the waves are up, I'm lucky to make half my tacks and jibes are too scary an alternative, so reverse tacks are used. There are times though when it is blowing so hard it is difficult to impossible to point high enough to even get into Irons, then a Bat Out Of Hell Jibe is the only recourse. I've had my most spectacular endo capsizes attempting BOOHJ's, but what a rush whether you make the jibe or not.