Yes, I do like that one better. I don't know if I would be tempted to take instruction from them based on it though. I've already had a fair amount of instruction in milonguero and I'm finding that I need to rely on it LESS not more. So many leaders now really don't want the follower that heavy on them (as we discussed in another thread, the concept of leaning as an illusion vs being actually dependent on the other person for balance) As for how they are dancing milonguero, if I emulated her, I would be reinforcing habits I've been trying to break for some time, such as high shoulders, raising the left shoulder to get the arm around my partner's neck even when it isn't necessary, leaning on him too much, sticking my butt out, arching my back, and possibly over-adorning (I had to watch this one without sound, so I don't know if her embellishments fit the music, but without music, it looked like she was moving independently of his lead and he was having to wait for her extra steps) Many people who might not be the most showy looking dancers are wonderful teachers, so I won't judge their teaching as I have no knowledge of it. But this is not a couple that I feel to be a good example to copy by watching a video and trying to look like them. I think that would have the potential to lead to habits that would have to be addressed later if the follower wanted to dance with a variety of leaders, because what she is doing will ONLY work with leaders who dance exactly this way.