One can get too enthralled in details. There are indeed enough of them to last a lifetime of study in the quest for perfection. But it is easy to get lost in the forest. I've seen movies directed (often by the starring actor who is very self-absorbed, as actors are prone to be) that are simply overdone and overlong. I've read books, that while are technically very well written, are so detailed that one loses track of the plot. I think that this can also occur in MA. The best painters know when to stop painting. Sumi-e, Japanese brush painting, uses just a few bold strokes to create a thing of beauty. Haiku uses just seventeen syllables to create a poem that can speak to the soul. So, while details are needed to make a technique work to its fullest potential, anything can be overdone. Once in combat, many details fall by the wayside, anyway. A strong fighting spirit can equal a dozen minute details. Again, I'm not knocking details - they are often important, but I tend not to get overly concerned with them.