One of my friends has learned over 200 forms. I have learned over 50 forms myself. IMO, the more forms that you have learned, the more burden that you will have on your shoulder. It's too heavy for you to carry. But you don't want to drop it off your shoulder because you do spend a lot of training time into it. You will end up to be the slave of your forms. Today, I don't train any of my forms. I have created about 50 combo drills. Every day I just drill my 50 combos 20 times each. Most of the drills that I train don't come from any of my forms. For example: - right jab, left cross, right hook, left hook. - right hook, left uppercut, right hammer fist, left hook. - left front kick, right roundhouse kick, right side kick. - left foot sweep, right inner hook. - shin bite, reverse shin bite, foot sweep. - left downward parry, right comb hair, left arm wrap, right head lock. - ... I don't mind to repeat what my teacher had taught me when I was young. If I just repeat what my teacher had taught me for the rest of my life, it will be like I just stay in the elementary school and refuse to graduate. At one point of my life, I have to start to live for myself.