militarymonark,alright here we go watch these in order
The only thing I can add is start with the first spoke hole to the right of the tube stem hole closest to the side of the rim you are lacing first. I have laced rims where the first hole was on the back side of the rim from the side I was lacing, such as Ghisallo's. In this case you start with the second hole to the right of the tube stem hole. I agree this is the key as well as remembering over, over, under for 3 cross or over, over, over, under for 4 cross pattern lacing.The spoke you start with is the key. You usually start at the first spoke hole to the right of the tube stem hole. When done lacing, you want the stem to be in the middle of the spokes where they go straight up, not where they cross over the stem. If the spokes cross over the stem the will be in the way when you need to pump up your tires.
Are the rear spokes the same length as the front 10 5/8Rear hubs are intended to be laced as a hollow shell. The large notch that mfgs. built into the sprockets, although very considerate, was only intended to be used to help aid the replacement of a broken spoke.
Rear hubs on a cruiser are easy peasy as we don't have to worry about "dish", it's the road bikes with multi speed cassettes that get tricky, as the drive-side spokes get laced vertically, or in the same plane as the rim to accommodate space for the cassette.