I understand that 3-count is the proper way to do it, and that 1/2-beat-break step on the "&" really makes the dance look nice and "salsa-ish". But Hustle is practically a dead dance with hardly any enthusiastic newcomers. Trying to get people to step 4 times on 3 beats of music certainly won't help. I can relate as a beginner watching other beginners struggle and don't know why 4-count hustle (vastly more intuitive) isn't promoted or danced more. In fact, from what I've heard from the NY scene, it's looked down on. Why? It seems to me that if Hustle wishes to appeal to the current generation, they are going to have to simplify it down more for your average millennial of today.