Just wondering. To me it looks as if everyone tries to go for those big combos, which I see nothing wrong with and to be something that I need to do more. Most of the time though, with my friend (the only one in all of San Diego that plays that game) and in the Kumite and arcade mode, I like to try to play tricky. I do a lot of moves. I try not to do the same thing a lot. I mix things up and do the most off the wall moves. I side step a lot, throw, pummel, grab, throw, pummel, cancel a move, control and vary the speed of all the moves and combos. I vary everything. I use Moves that cover a lot of distance and use heavy-quick-knock-down kicks and punches. I also use of short easy moves that don't leave you open for so long. And I am always always looking for that opening to capitalize on. It's the best strategy and it works most of the time. Being unpredictable and playing those mind games on your opponents, while looking for that moment to capitalize, seems to be the best thing to do. I was just curious with how everyone else plays. There are not that many VF players that I know of in San Diego. Just me and my friend. So it gets pretty boring playing him in VF. I'm sooo used to playing him that if I tried to play someone else I'd probably lose to you all.