No one here has even suggested teaching the concepts and not the details. They have suggested that by teaching the concepts, it becomes easier to get the details right. I find it odd that everyone else has found those answers. Could it be that literally every other martial artist on the planet has it wrong? Just because I am not a TKD student, does not mean I that I have not trained with very accomplished TKD students, it does not mean I have not had long conversations with them about martial arts and it does not mean that I have not learned anything from them. I have learned quite a bit from TKD folks. Including the fact that there are underlying principles for the things done in the forms. But, after 5 years, you assert that they are all wrong, along with the many experienced TKD guys on this forum? I find that interesting. No, I am a Danzan Ryu Jujitsu guy. But I am actively cross training in Karate. And all those people you have argued with here, when looking for those answers... they have all been honestly trying to help you find those answers. They take the time to read and consider your questions and post up thoughtful responses. Even though we repeatedly get the "dislike" or "disagree" from you and told how wrong we are for daring to try to answer your questions and give you our perspective. No one here has bashed you, your art or your master. They have tried to learn from you and share what they have learned with you... and at times gotten frustrated at the cold response they have received.