Yes, I studied under Sifu Eddie and his disciples for ten years, and then practiced that style pretty much on my own for another five.
I found Yang sytle TCC when I began to look for other TCC artists in my local area (I had to move halfway across the country from my former school for my job) and found a group of skilled, dedicated Yang family TCC practicioners.
After a very brief time of attempting to push hands and train sparring and applications with them while I was still using the Wu style techniques I had learned, I decided that it would be better to get myself up to speed on the Yang family forms and practice with them in a manner we could all agree on.
I have found a great deal of interesting similarities as well as some fascinating differences in between these two styles and have come to love them both. They are highly complimentary to one another, though I've been accused by some neandrathals at my old school of "polluting" my lineage or something like that.
I have also studied the Wu family large framed round fast form, though I have a suspicion my instructor wasn't really very well versed in it. Fortunately I cornered Eddie and Wu Tai Sin at a seminar and had them critique and correct my fast form, so while I don't think I have it exactly, I feel I'm much closer now to the original intent. Especially as the form is quite similar to the Yang form I'm training now. I really like the fajing expression as well as the leaping and find the stamping to be very spiritually gratifying as well as martially applicable.
In fact, I still express fajing and stamp from time to time when doing even Yang forms (though I just don't seem to feel the need to leap at all, huh, wonder why?), if it feels appropriate for me to do so at that time, but only when I'm practicing alone. I would likely get some really strange looks from the Yang style folks I train with if I did that during class!