I've just watched Mr Morge's youtube videos; I guess I picked up the term energy points from there... Apart from that I've just watched some of Paul Coghlan's videos. This seemed like quite a good place to look at some more expertly drawn charts and maybe ask a few questions ;)
One thing (probably of many) that I still don't get about Andrew's Pitchforks is when to draw them? Mr Coghlan always draws them in when he identifies a 'change of behaviour'. But that doesn't seem so well-defined. For example, EURNZD seems to be behaving consistently with the blue fork; if you don't mind me asking, what was it that suggested to you to add the reddish one?
And it's all OK. It's all great, but, following their rules, I still used to find myself trying to catch the tops or bottoms. And the direction (long, short or flat) is the key - if you know the direction the price is likely go to, the game is yours. So I developed other tools for giving me the direction. I couldn't find them in the forks or channels, because in every point in time, I was able to draw at least two opposite forks: one for the long trade and one for the short trade - and often, the easier one to draw was the wrong one. And quite often price would fall out of the fork and then get back to it, so the next time, when price fell out of the fork, I waited patiently for it to get back on track, and yet, this time it kept on fighting me and screaming at me: "I don't care about your fork!".
But I still use forks. No longer for identifying the direction, but for timing and tuning the entry and exit points. I know the direction from another analysis, and as I apply forks, parallels, MPLs, SRs, APPs, etc., I try to describe graphically price action as accurately as I can, looking, where to enter and where to exit. So I can apply two forks in opposite directions at a time, just for telling me, where support and resistance is, and yet be thinking only one way: if it's upward, I'm all upward - just looking where to enter long and where to exit.
I hope my expereince has cleared a bit some of your doubts. :-)
Anyway, I'll be following your charts closely, & if you don't mind probably asking lots of dumb questions :)