There was a time when the term swimbait met a large slow moving swimming lure.
The large jointed wooden lures that swam, date back to the early 1900's , so swimbaits are not exactly new.
The modern swimbait like Huddlestons are truly a slow presentation lure and strikes happen as often when they land on the water and sink a few feet as any other time in the casting retrieve.
Swindle and Quinn are about as hyper as KVD, so to them a lure retrieved a little slower than a water skier, is slow.
Today we are calling Sassy shads and Scrounger jigs swimbaits, they are loosing their identity.
Suggest you go back and read posts on swimbaits, they are not crank baits;