Here is a serious question and it might seem a little odd, I mean no disrespect here at all. To all of the first generation students of the Professor's how was instruction on the drills, the principles, the concepts of the art (Modern Arnis) passed down or transferred to you? Was it oral? As in how you explain things to your students? You do this to get this result, move your feet this way to get out of range etc. etc. Was it more like you felt the end result and tried to backward engineer to get a similar result? I've heard of Remy stressing this concept to this person, or this person had private lessons/workouts with Remy etc. etc. I remember one person telling me that hosting him one time they were working (empty hand) Tapi drills in the hotel room while watching cartoons. He taught me about the two finger lock transitioning to the over the shoulder take down after hours at the Austin camp (he only needed to show me once!). Clearly there were those of us like myself he showed us little things off to the side (like the two finger lock), yet I wasn't anyone who could/would claim I got the keys to the art so to speak, you know that I was someone special. Yet there were those he did spend time with who did get extra training, extra insight from him. I'm just wondering how that was communicated, and maybe in a general sense what.