Yes, the shot is not protected from the return kick, thanks for pointing that out!You get it out good, but he's got the kick bank to his hole depending on how the balls lay. Try the same shot, but instead of inside, use bottom outside and let the cue ball go three rails back to the bottom rail. The object ball goes up around the top right corner.
On the other shot you are suggesting to try, I am respectfully disagreeing, but that shot is impossible.
I brought this up to Bob's attention on another thread. He replied that he thought all of his diagrammed shots were possible with max spin. But this, no way!
But, below is the result I get when doing this take out shot, and making the cb go around 3 rails and back to the opponents hole. As you can see it is impossible to get the ob two rails to the head rail as per diagram, and still make the cb go around 3 rails. For I can barely get it past the side pocket. The PV in this instance experienced some kind of failure.
Thanks for bringing this up! We really enjoy Bob's PV diagrams and they are also very helpful in transferring the image to an overhead image. I believe the PV is very good, it is just in this instance something must of went awry. Whitey