i think "weight lift" will be good for drifting..it's more comfort when drifting from exit to another..and when the drift almost end but needed more drifting..i think that's when we need to use "clutch kick". e-brake drift i only used it on front wheel cars..like proton iswara..i remember when i was 1st driving an old accord sharklamp i used brakes to makes drift happens coz the car is light enough to use weight lifting(faint).
i started off just using power to drifting, very simple when your learning just smash down the gas and counter. as i started to get better and i started to use weight transfer; i would use two method one would be to come in faster than i wanted to drift at hit the brakes hard then turn it, because of the transfer of weight (by using the brake) the car would easily slide out.
Other method is the turn left then turn right with a slight tap of the brake.
now i love the clutch kick (nismo twin plate clutch) come in kick the clutch and the car instantly kicks out sideways