This isn't to bash Wing Chun. More my issues, which were no longer helped by the particular school I was attending. 1) Chi Sao, Lok Sau Three years of it, never understood it. Couldn't see how it could be applied to self defense. 2) High kicks not allowed Im capable of high kicks, its part of my arsenal. Why take that away? 3) Taking in elements of other arts If an art is capable of teaching self defense, and I believe WC is, why incorporate ground work which isn't WC? MMA is the thing nowadays, but does ground and pound fit in with WC at a beginner level? Contradictory to my point about not being allowed to high kick I know, but I've been a confused student like I said. 4) Not allowed to fight long distance. Yes, I understand that it's a close distance art. But if someone can also fight at a longer distance, again why should that be taken away? I've moved on and am looking at other styles. This particular club wasn't for me. It happens. But I also feel more confused about what WC was about, than when I started.