When do you use a jump shift after partner has opened 1H say? Any response in a new suit is forcing for one round and the jump shift takes up a lot of bidding space. On the other hand it could be argued that it describes the power of your hand.
I very very rarely do it but I suppose the one time I might would be with over 16 HCP and a long (6+ cards) and strong suit.
What criteria do others use to jump shift? (This is for uncompetitive auctions. With opposing interference I play fit jumps)