Hi everyone, after watching many videos of complicated patterns, I figured the real challenge for me is not to memorize and lead the patterns in the first place but but it is really starting at the beginning: focussing on the basic step plus the body movement. To have a proper example for stepping, I recently I bought Oliver Pineda's body movement DVD, though knowing it might not exactly be what I am looking for. Sadly, he does not really cover the basic step (and DLQ) for Cuban Salsa/Casino. Could you guys recommend any video in which a renowned teacher such as Oliver breaks down the Cuban basic and DLQ into its elements? I would love to get more detailled info about shifting of weight, where to place the foot, body movement etc. After reading many many posts in the forum, I am not even sure anymore how many basic steps there are and if Oliver's videos about stepping, contra body movement and isolations are at least partly applicable to "Cuban" style Salsa. I would definitetly love to hear your thoughts about the specific differences concering the basics in different styles!