I do appreciate your list of the FOTWs I've submitted. I was trying to remember yesterday which flies I had submitted, and missed two that are your list !!
I would like to clarify one thing. The previous six were flies that I had not seen before and were original to me or involved techniques of fly tying that I had not seen before and were original to me.
The rubber legs stone fly nymph is not original to me. It is a highly effective pattern. I thought it worthwhile to bring it to the attention of folks who may not have run across it, or show one approach, of several, to tying it for those who have not settled on a tying sequence.
The fish are always right.