Absolutely . . . but let me take you to where you need to be . . . The leader should not be stepping back ct1 UNTIL you have sat back on your honches . . . anchored in position . . . or whatever you want to call it. This is how we play!!! What if, at counts 3&4, 5&6 . . . you want to sit there and do swivels for 7&8, 9&10, 11&12, 13&14, and on 15&16 , you anchor! That's how it should be . . . just like if I lead you on a R-side pass, by the time I lift my arm up at ct2, signaling to you that I'm going to do something . . . you should already know (WITHOUT THINKING ABOUT IT) that probably, more than likely it's going to be a R-side pass with a lady's outside turn. So, between ct2 and whenever you anchor . . . you can do anything you want, as long as you get that turn in, OR . . . In all reality, you don't even have to complete that turn . . . you can do something else . . . you can put your R hand up, making a connection with your L hand and my L lead hand . . . stop the move . . . back up, hi-jack the move, etc. And guess what . . . I can do the same thing . . . and believe me . . . there are literally dozens of moves a leader can make out of a 1, 2 signal for a R side pass with a lady's outside turn. I use them all the time . . . this is playing. But believe me, I will do some "tests moves" on you before I start anything above your level - if you are a beginner to novice at WCS. Believe me, any leader worth his duck walks, would do the same! Have I confused you enough???