(The only thing there is to worry about is how well you study the style you have chosen and learn and can demonstrate the principals.)
very well said
recently i met the master of a teacher that i train with here when I was in china. the master is 85.
i asked him about taiji styles. he said, wu,yang, and chen are named after families and famous people. at some point your taiji becomes yours, taiji is taiji.
i like his view point.
On the net these days there are many claming to teach the real or secrete transmissions of taiji. If you look and think about it most are trying to sell something.
Taiji does not need to be sold, maybe preserved is a better word to use. Reading the many views on this site, and the site its self it looks like there are many fine people doing this.
Preserving it for true seekers and future generations.
[This message has been edited by bamboo leaf (edited 09-21-2004).]