The Solve the Cube Edges First page explains one of my favorite ways to solve a 3x3x3 cube. It explains how to use the simple Up-Replace-Down technique to insert either bottom layer corners or middle layer edges. Then it explains how to use the Up-Replace-Down 3-Cycle to solve the last layer edges in one step and corners in another. Although it doesn’t use the term, The Move, it does show the sequence of twists to do The Move, as they can be used to flip two edges. I discovered The Move when figuring out the Skewb, and have since applied it to Jing’s Pyraminx, the Pyraminx, the Bandage Cube, and now even the 3x3x3.