It's important to note that I apply small amounts of head cement after adding each ingredient which makes for a durable fly...
A good bulky underwing helps support the bunny strip and lessen the number of times the strip wraps around your hook -- there's no way to completely avoid it though.
Cheeks (I used ringneck pheasant as I don't have any suitably sized JC)
Artsy! (tangledfx for iphone)
A few coats of head cement:
It's also important to note that it's extremely easy to end up with a head that's way too large due to the number of ingredients .. this is where 8/0 thread and head cement come into play... a small drop in between ingredients can help keep your required number of wraps to a minimum while still making a durable fly. Another trick is to trim the tip of your bunny strip to a triangle shape where you tie it in .. this lessens bulk a lot!