Thank you Steve, it's nice to know I wasn't completely wrong. The odd thing is I don't completely know what I was doing before but I think it must have been a change of feet and a backstep with the right foot. It was sort of automatic for a few years but I got a new teacher lately and he's been encouraging me to be more experimental, like I said I was very safe before. The thing is that that's got me thinking about what I'm doing and some of the old material feels less automatic now. He's been telling me to put in the cortadoe sometimes like you said Steve, step forward once every so often instead of back all the time like we talked about, and add some parauders. He said to take it gently at first with the parauders and other showoff things, he says its like decoration on a cake too much of a good thing gets stale and unapetizing, but to do it sometimes to spice up the dance. Not much here's what's hapening I do actually know how to do a forward ochoe, but I'm always afraid I wont know how to finish it. Confidence issues again my new teacher should help. At the moment I'm sidestepping right, keeping the weight on that foot and pivoting to about 2:00, walking forward (yes your right Tom) with my left leg, pivoting on that to about 11:00 stepping forward with my right leg, but heres where it all falls apart. Feels like I could either change feet and walk back with the right leg AGAIN, with that footchanging thing a bit like we said with the cross again. But when I do this I sometimes get a bit unbalanced I dont like the footchaging much. Or I could go backwards with the left given that its sort of "up", as I did that step forward to 11:00 with my right just down which is "down" if you see what I mean. But then i tend to end up in cross after a couple more steps, and then its that whole cross question again I've got to do the footchage AGAIN or walk forward after crossing.Or swing my leg around. JUst of interest which one do you thin is better after the forward ochoe change feet and walk back with the right, or go back with the left and end up kind of getting myself into a bit of a silly situation where I end up cross-ing as theres not much other choice?