This concludes our study of this small repertoire of joseki. About 24 patterns have been discussed and applying these patterns in your own games will help you to understand them even better. You can play many interesting Go games with only these 24 patterns. You can even become a dan-player just with these patterns as your knowledge base of joseki, no kidding.
Anyway, let me know if you have comments on the presented material, both positive as negative but always constructive. Also if you think an essential pattern is missing from this overview let me know and I add it.
Good luck and enjoy your game.