i use the rear brake when coming to a stop but i always one foot with my right foot so i don't have to hold the clutch in the whole time i'm stopped. but you could stop on your left foot and then just shift over, i do that sometimes toolooks like an awesome ride. Also good to see you using the one leg down. Why not try the left leg? that way you can use your rear break and throttle to control speed on your starts and stops....for example......hill starts. You will need to use your rear break and throttle to enable a nicely controlled acceleration up the hill. Use of the left leg down not only helps with stability while at a stop but also frees up your right leg for your rear brake........"your rear break is your best friend at slow speeds". Hope this helps. Once I learned only my left leg goes down, I didn't find myself alternating between each leg and enforced a good habit that comes second nature.