Hi Everyone, There are two people that I communicate with. One sent me a video of himself performing Pyung Ahn Eedan. The other sent me a video of Lo Hai. As I watched the practitioner perform Pyung Ahn Eedan, I realized that his Tang Soo Do distinctly looked more Japanese then the one I practice. And I noticed that there were very few to zero pauses in the form. It was like watching someone literally "run" through the form. As I watched the form Lo Hai performed by another Tang Soo Do practitioner, I realized that his Tang Soo Do was extremely different from my Tang Soo Do. I must admit that I had a difficult time identifying the form. The practitioner had performed the movements with soft circular blocks similar to Gung Fu. There were a couple of instances where he had inserted a hard strike that resembled the hard strikes of Tang Soo Do. But the form for the most part looked a lot like a Taijiquan form. Now I am not saying that either of the Tang Soo Do practitioners are bad. In my opinion, they are just different. So, the conclusion that I came to was that my Tang Soo Do is different from their Tang Soo Do. This led to the questions... When does Tang Soo Do stops being Tang Soo Do and reverts/morphs/converts into another style? Any thoughts or ideas? Thanks, Patrick K.