@Dib Oglesby, I would never want to install a system that asks my players to act counterintuitively. @Mark Jarram said that while running it in the past, he allowed rebounders who had inside position when the shot went up to maintain it. But he also emphasized them scrumming their check under the backboard. This would probably minimize the possibility of them having positional advantage fighting over the top (though it will obviously sometimes happen). An awareness of angles and spacing will, as Mark suggested, “…make your OK rebounders good, your good rebounders great, and your great rebounders dominant.”
Perhaps Mark can clarify.