If you decided to recover high (which I do in a lot of match ups more often than not), then it's a good way to dodge a juggle on the way down. Don't forget that if you smash down for the down B you will also immediately fastfall, which helps a lot.When do you guys think using b reversed/wavebounced glide cancel would be most appropriate?
Wavebounce in particular can be insanely useful, since you can fake like you're recovering high/mid and then wavebounce to go back off stage and immediately grab the ledge. Wave bounce is a lot harder (for me at least), but it's worth the practice.
As far as I know it can't be used that offensively very well simply because you can't act out of glide cancel that quickly... That said, it's really easy to perfect land out of glide (since your feet come down before you accelerate downwards much, and the feet coming down can cause you to land). That means 0 landing lag instead of the usual 4 frames, so I guess you could wavebounce onto a platform and instantly tilt/jab or something... but that's just theory craft... it's already pretty situational use for glide, and it's hard to imagine wanting to b reverse for this simply because you're probably gliding in the direction of your opponent already. I guess you could use the glide as bait and the b reverse as a dodge to set up for the punish but... yeah... probably not gonna happen often, if at all.