Like Per has said, the trick is to mod it the way it feels the best for you. I followed the tutorial, but did it differently to suit my preference (and limitation of tools etc). I love the mod ALOT! IMO the control and precision of the JLF becomes better than a Seimitsu LS-32, which was my preference before modding my JLF. I now find pullng off pretty much any special move in HD Remix alot easier.
The mod I did was:
microswitch mod, using folded post-it, but 1 less fold than per used in the video, as I think my post-it note was slightly thicker than the post-it note Per used. I think using any thicker than 0.4mm causes the microswitch get stuck in the ON position after being activated once (which is what was happening to one of my switches).
Spring mod, using 2 JLF-SP springs instead of using the seimitsu spring Per used in the video. Only reason I did this was because I only had 2 JLFs, so I had to sacrifice 1 JLF to mod the other JLF, but after doing this I was happy with the stiffness. I don’t know how the resistance feels like in Per’s mod, but I’m happy with what I came out of my own experiment, so I fixed the springless JLF with the same mods.
I tried the Tape mod, but I only had regular tape, and not electrical tape, so it didn’t work out so great, but it feels greats to me without the tape mod.
At one point I tried this without the microswitch mod (because I took the post-it notes out after finding the microswitch locking up) and it was really not good. Even though the stick was stiffer, hitting the directions didn’t feel right and in HD Remix I had trouble executing DP motions.
One thing to keep in mind if you are going to mod a LS-32-02. It doesn’t use an E clip for the stick, but instead uses another clip, and requires a special tool to take it off properly. I tried a mod on my LS-32-02, but since I didn’t have the tool to operate the clip it was a real pain to take it on and off while experimenting (I used a pair of cuticle scissors, which almost screwed up the clip and really hurt my fingers). I also found the microswitches alot harder to open also. It might be worth changing the clip on the LS-32 with an E clip (if it fits) for easier removal and reattaching.