Occasionally I see posts that preach to us (leaders) about keeping it simple. I don't really know how most people perceive my dancing style, and I'm not even sure how I view my own style. I get feedback from people occasionally. Lately it's been more good than bad, (but it could just be from people being polite). For me, what steps/moves I do is determined by a variety of factors (the follower's skill level, the follower's embrace, my perceptions about what/how the follower likes to dance, the music, the available space, how well I feel I am dancing that night, my energy level, etc). In any case, I'm trying to spark a conversation about what people are doing, how often, and also from the followers, what do they feel is the "right mix" on a given occasion. So I took a swag at listing the moves I do in order from most likely to least likely (with the typical follower). Then I split the moves into three categories, grouped (again) by how likely I am to do the stuff. 75 - 95% This is my Bread and Butter, as they say (the stuff that I do the most). Walking Rock steps Turns / giros / mollinetes (sometimes with sacadas) The Cross (Cruzada) 5 - 25% In this category, it's likely that I'll do some of the things from this category in most tandas, but maybe not all of them. Back Ochos Front ochos Pasadas Walking in Cross system on the Dark (or closed) side Ocho Cortado 0 - 10% I may (or may not) do things from this category in the course of the milonga, but likely not every tanda. Leg wraps Volcadas Calesitas Single axis turns / close embrace colgadas I suspect that I do more turns than typical, and possibly less ochos, but who knows. What moves do others do, and how often?