The words I'm about to say to you come from a place of good intention (regardless of the tone), and not a personal attack on you:
STOP ASKING THE INTERNET FOR SKYDIVING ADVICE!!!
You have numerous posts on here asking for advice, where you have received a variety of responses on what you should do. That alone should be a red flag. This is a sport that can be safe if you do everything correctly....it can also be one where if you do one thing wrong it can kill you.
Please let that sink in.
The ONLY people you should be asking for advice, whether it's in the air or on the ground are your instructors at Perris. Those are the only ones who have flown with you and watched you land. Everyone else here does not have that personal experience with you.
You have 3 AFF jumps...3! Just enjoy it, learn from it, and continue to grow. I remember when I was going through AFF and watched every Friday Freakout, read every post on reddit and dropzone.com, all of that stuff. At the end of the day, all that mattered was learning how to fly my own body through those first 25 jumps. Even then, hundreds of jumps later I'm still learning different/better ways to fly my body. It will all come with time and practice, not advice from internet message boards.
So I'll say it one more time: STOP ASKING THE INTERNET FOR SKYDIVING ADVICE!!!