I went back and re listened to Brew strong episode on yeast rinsing because I started wondering why a guy who knows so much about it that he wrote the yeast book, would do rinsing... in the middle somewhere, JZ does mention that he racks the beer, tyen swirls the yeast into suspension in the remaining beer, flames the carboy opening, then transfers the yeast to a sanitary vessel. He stores it like that, on the beer. He then rinses prior to pitching.
I missed that part when I was rinsing. I would rinse on racking day and store in the rising water. In any even, I never noticed a marked improvement in my final product from rinsing so I quit doing it. I also limit my re pitching to about 3 generations.
On this subject im doing the denny method and calling it good enuff for me.