Excellent, that is exactly why the thread was created. There are some masssive gaps in my attacks. My lead hand drops after punching, my kicks look weak, there is some overbalancing and so on. What you have to bear in mind is that these are not technique instructional videos, they are designed to give the beginner/intermediate sparrer some ideas on how to enter. Andy is giving me his centre because we are demonstrating a move. If Andy had defended as he normally would it would have sent me in a teaching direction I didn't want to go. The other thing to bear in mind is the 5 ways of attack are designed to make you give away your cente. The feint then trap is a perfect example. I think you're reading too much into the Wing Chun comparisons. I made the WC reference because that is what most people are familiar with. I don't have any rules in my sparring (common sense aside), but I am making a video for those who do Karate, TKD, Kung Fu and so on. It is not a WC trapping video. There is movement back and forth and not all kicks may be in the range at which you do them, but I wnated to make it clear to someone outside of my art what is possible. Again it is the principle I want to get across, not a specific technique. It isn't wrong in the contect in which I used it. Sure Andy could roll out with his elbow, but my point was that he couldn't hit me with it at that distance. Again just because it is a video on trapping, it isn't a WC trapping hands video. Trapping is also immobilisation in this video. That may be a basic parry and punch from another art. I don't question your replies and they all apply at certain times, but what one person can make work, another can't. Nothing is wrong; this is where many go wrong in the martial arts. It just may not fit against a certain opponent, or against a certain style. I absolutely appreciate the comments and the chance to add some explanation.