No need to sugar coat it guys; tell me how you really feel You know how teachers say dancing in close embrace amplifies any problems you have in open, such as balance? Performing has the same amplification affect for some things. For me, like I said, it's like dancing with 50% of your brain. Improvisation is reduced, and it's much harder to get into the feeling of the music with so many people watching. I do think my previous videos were better in that regard, since I was just dancing in front of a small group of friends. Also, dancing in front of a crowd is nerve wracking and makes you tense, so that gets amplified in my partner. The only solution is to get more experience performing. The floor was pretty fast. We had a good chuckle at that slip @ 0:14 Thankfully, it didn't happen again. Also, it should be noted that this was a salsa/ballroom event, where cheering is very much encouraged. In fact, we were being really bold by dancing a classic tango. All of the other performances were modern songs. I just wanted to try to convey what tango was about to people who had mostly never danced it before, whose only exposure is ballroom tango/movies. Boise's my home tango scene. Secret's out!