I often land like joriws, chrashlanding to one side, if a bit of grass it works even better as no air inside and grass will keep it from sliding, it might taco but never fly up.
This landing only works really well with Peaks or other single skin kites - hybrid kites cant be landed this easily at all.
Backstalling a 3 or 4 m2 Peak kite at their top end can be dangerous - you wont get lifted no, but the immense peak pull you get is risky, as you can not control sheeting very precisely in the upper end, having full sheeting range on a few centimeters only.
Use a camera mount often, so always hotlaunch - but after the session it is usually a side "soft" chrashlanding - works great.
Not so with double skin kites or hybrid kites, almost needs to be backed down in order to not fly away