I'm trying to get spun up on incorporating risk reversals into the RTT and have a question about defending a big downside move. I'm looking at the 16 Nov ES trade that Tom just recently launched and he put on a 2 lot RR on day 2 of the trade which bumped the position delta up to +28 and -80 Vega. I'm curious as to how this will be defended with that much positive delta and negative vega if we get a big drop like we had back in Feb of this year. I'm playing around with the same type of trade in ONE during the Feb time frame and it seems like the only way to defend it is to flip the RRs and go big with them (like from a 2 lot to 6). Which I guess is good if the market continues down but then of course what about a whipsaw? Is incorporating RRs from the beginning of the trade now considered a viable add on like the BBs and CSs?