I've wondered this for a while: why isn't a true toe walley (that is, a jump taken off from the inside edge of the non-toe-picking foot) considered a separate jump from the toe loop? Granted, when most people do the toe walley entrance, they do in fact do a toe loop by taking off from the outside edge of the non-picking foot. But it's my understanding (as explained by an announcer) that a true toe walley does take off from the inside edge. Therefore, I have always thought of the toe loop and the "true" toe walley to be the equivalent of the flip and the lutz, with the toe walley being more difficult than the toe loop due to its counter-rotation. This would make the toe walley a 7th jump.
Anyone know why it's not considered a separate jump?