Not exactly a life shattering question, but just something I'm curious about. I'm aware of three different philosophies on how the lead and follow are supposed to work when leading the pasada (step over).1) Once paused, it's completely up to the follower to decide what she will do (she can embellish at will) and how long it will take. 2) The leader only leads (with his chest) when it's time get on with it (for lack of a better word, or the rhythm and timing). 3) The leader leads every aspect of what the follower does, using a combination of his chest as well as using his left hand to move the follower's right hand to lead the motion of her free foot (the embellishments, are actually led). What are your thoughts on the pasada, and how do you typically do it? I mostly go with the second option, although I've tried them all at various times.