step 1. blow up your kite.
Point it off the wind, so you can see the inside of the kite from where you'd stand to launch it (this is optional so don't freak out.) and sand kite good.
Unwrap enough of the lines so you can find the front lines and hook them to the front pigtails, you are done rigging for now.
(note: you could mark one front line if you need your de-power strap facing you after your done rigging your kite)
step 2. Go ahead and unwrap the bar while you walk to your chosen launch position, and simply put the bar face down (like the kite is face down) and pick up the backlines one in each hand and walk them back to the kite.
If you encounter a twist or tangle, simply pull the line toward you until you have its end (the sanded kite holds the front lines firm, so you can easily pull them through and notice this can't not be done IF you have accidentally hooked a rear line to a front pig-tail.
(An automatic safety check built right in)
step 3. when you have both free ends of the rear lines in your hands at the kite, you can just hook them up. The one in your right hand goes on the wing-tip to your right...etc. (see this is why you slant the kite a bit when you sand it) better to have them marked red and green, so> RED TO RED and GREEN TO GREEN)
Done! go kite.
Notes: one thing that's common with the other ways is getting the lines on right but having a twist,,,
In my system the fronts are on the kite already, and the rears have been cleared from the bar ends to the kite, so no way could you wrap the rear lines under the fronts, unless you let go shove them under the fronts, pick ed them up again and hooked them up.
The list of saving is long,, no line jiggling, no dragging the lines across the beach,
no line jiggling, did I mention no line jiggling?