For me there were too many people teaching with no common goal and I thought we got a bit bogged down with trivial details which resulted in trying to change too many minor things. My technique was pretty wrecked and I was quite demoralised by the end of Saturday practice after trying to comply with everyone's requirements.
You can only really concentrate on changing one or two things at a time other wise the whole thing goes out of the window, as practitioners everyone really should know this?
However I did get some good points to take away and work on and enjoyed the seminar on the whole. It was also a good opportunity to catch up with everyone socially, as always Cliff and Ian K. were great hosts and provided some very nice food.
I get the feeling Tim is trying to avoid me though as he's backed out at the last minute the last 2 times I've been up to Glenisla! I think maybe he's still embarrassed about the temeshigiri from the last time we were there with Tony's cheap chinese sword ;P
Thanks everyone, and I hope to see you all again next Glen Isla seminar, if not before.