So I've been seeing some differing opinions on the forums about point of view conventions. My favorite point of view to write in is third person limited, but I must have been confused by someone's reply to some post I've long forgotten. It had me thinking that multiple point of views was a no no. But now I am thinking that person meant within the context of a single scene. In other words, head-hopping, as it's called. Am I right? For example, you start with a scene from the main character's point of view, and then he gets knocked out. It then switches to the sidekick's point of view, with a break and a clear delineation from the two. That's technically still third person limited, as it is one at a time. I'm assuming this is considered a standard POV switch as I am reading books that employ this method regularly. Am I understanding this correctly? From what I am picking up, first person is more of a fad, and omniscient is falling out of favor (and presents its own problems).