So, in playing around with wcs with two different teachers, I seem to have stumbled across what seem to be two "styles" for the sugar push. Style 1, which I learned first, has the ladies' back step on 4 being pretty big. It's the step I use for getting back to my starting point, where I then anchor in place. Style 2, which I was just shown the other day, has the step on 4 being very small (keeping my very close to the leader ), and then the 5&6 steps aren't really an anchor but move backwars (away from the leader) to get back to the "starting point." 5 is kind of a step behind the right foot, (5)& is sort of a cross-over step, and 6 is all the way back. I don't know how else to describe it...hopefully someone can make sense of this. Much easier to demonstrate. Thoughts? Preferences? Different styles? What's the deal here?