After reviewing some of the posts, I thought we would navigate toward a discussion on technique if that's ok. I thought I would start with the Nage Waza. I could, of course, dig out Kano sensei's book, but I'll go in no particular order.
I wanted to start out with Seionage, or more commonly known as the shoulder throw. It's kind of funny (i.e. strange) that it's called the shoulder throw, but you shouldn't really be using your shoulder at all; instead, you should be throwing with the bicep.
Anyway, the technique is one where you (I'm going to explain everything from the right perspective, not the left)take your opponant's right arm with both of your arms, while you turn your back toward him (your right grip will be higher on his arm then your left).
Next, position your feet semi-close together in the middle of his body.
Then, BEND YOUR KNEES, and while leaving a small gap between bodies bend at the hip while pulling him onto you. Make sure that you are lower than his center of balance.
Lastly, as you straighten out your knees, pull his arm and body from the right shoulder to the left foot.
Remember, at no time should there be any stress on the back. All the lifting is done with the legs. Very important to know!
Anyway, with that described, there is also a version where a person can drop to their knees to throw the attacker (i.e. drop seionage). How many perfer doing it that way I wonder? I would definately use the drop with someone heavier than me, or even smaller in height than myself (watch out David).