In my earlier post, I took an example when you were under no pressure and still didn't get behind enough. You had to move backward to take it above or very slightly in front of your head. if you had not hit it, it would have landed on your head or your right shoulder. Maybe even behind you (I don't think so, but cannot say for sure). If you want to work on your overhead movement, get behind the shuttle. That's what we were talking about. I don't like that preparation either, but it doesn't matter as long as your not even able to move into the shot. If you only care about a relaxed (looking) style, work on neutral shots and rhythm. You need a lot of patience (and stamina) to win matches with that style and you'll still need to take the chances you'll get... hopefully with a good overhead stroke. I don't think it's useful to work on too many things at the same time.