Great question. When I was starting out I would get all caught up (in more ways than one!) trying to match the fancy footwork of my more advanced leads. I think it was Damon who told me that what's important is for our upper bodies to match. Likely fewer people will be looking at our feet -- if they're looking at us at all. Now granted we have this tendency to dance LH looking at our feet --wow cool look what I can do! -- and I still get into that Oh he's doing scissors I will too! thing. But if I miss it or I don't know it and even when I do catch it AND whenI know it and can match it my main job is to follow his lead, stay connected and match his energy and movement. What this means for me now is that my lead can break into some amazing syncopation that I just don't understand and I will do a little hip shake or mess around (jazz step that's a circular hip movement). Don't know how it looks; I do know I almost always get a smile from my lead. (Actually I do know how it looks and that's why I use it... insert evil grin here.) I guess I can just take this back to my basic foundation of being a world-class follow. Remember rule#3 from my earlier post: 3. Feet underneath my body and constantly moving (doing footwork). That and rule #1: Have fun. That covers it.