We all love jacky, his super sweet hair, his fantastic alto voice, his unbelievably tight jeans. He is bruce lee and dumb american wrapped into wonderful character design. I'm posting to break down the effectiveness of his shuffle step and why you probably should rethink your offensive approach if using it for more than the occasional ss+p stagger after landing a backturned k(counter) or wall splat ss+k+g near a wall. The odds with anything else are simply not in your favor. If you think of your defensive options, guard standing, guard low, there are two. Jacky has a total of "12" options out of shuffle step! 2 out of 12 options are the only viable way to make someone guard low, 2+k,k(grounding) and punch(+1 on block). Everything else is hog wash. if you were in vegas and someone told you "hey bet whether or not that guy is getting hit by shuffle step shenanigans", and you were then told the odds of him getting hit if he stayed standing were around %16, you'd bet he wouldn't get hit. Now I'm not going to completely deny shuffle step has it's applications, but if you're using it in strings, you're developing bad habits that will get handled harshly in high level play.