For the most part, he's behind the leg. It takes an effort to get him working, and I definitely have my work cut out for me. My goal by the end of the summer is to return him to his owner in equal or better condition, preferably better (for the sake of my own ego). He went around on Thursday pretty well. We have issues with staying up through the corners and on the rail, but that'll get better as we go along. Of course, I'm still unbalanced, so doing anything with my right leg was nearly impossible. He gets his leads and responds well to voice, jumps well too with very little rush.
His owner seemed pleased with my riding (and even complimented my equitation, like, wow), so now it's just a matter of signing the appropriate paperwork.