I've enjoyed how Brian and Kent taught Follow Your Neighbor, and also what Butch Adams added to it. Follow Your Neighbor was one of those Plus calls that I learned haphazardly and did unthinkingly. Here's my take on the call: it's a lot like Scoot Back and Fan the Top.
Here's the CallerLab definition:
FOLLOW YOUR NEIGHBOR - Starting formation - Box Circulate. TIMING - 6
Dancers facing in release hands with the person next to them (their "neighbor") and step straight forward, join adjacent forearms with the one they meet, and turn three-quarters (270°) to become centers of a new wave. At the same time, the dancers facing out follow their "neighbors" by moving forward in a three-quarter looping turn (270°), turning towards their "neighbor" to finish adjacent to their "neighbor" as the ends of the new ocean wave.
When done from right-hand boxes, the dancers facing in turn by the right hand and the dancers facing out loop around right-face, to finish in a left-hand ocean wave. When done from left-hand boxes, the dancers facing in turn by the left-hand and the dancers facing out loop around left-face, to finish in a right-hand ocean wave.
Here's my take on it: the Leaders do their part of a Scoot Back then Roll.
The Trailers do their part of a Scoot Back but Cast Three-Quarters rather than do a Turn Thru.
And that's the end of the call!