For years I have been toying with the idea of releasing a system that gives auto dynamic S&R, trend detection and impulse energy and when someone from ET asked me for mentoring I thought it was an ideal time to see how well I could communicate the system. I thought a short intro would do the trick as it is pretty simple. However events took a completely different course when I decided to set a few tests to see the market through their eyes so to speak and I found two strong contrasts. The first was real talent that had been developed over the past 10 years but then handicapped by some technical errors that had become bad habits. It's taken a couple of months to undo theses reflexes and rebuild a different view of the market and if I had just handed over a system with clear instructions I'd have been baffled as to why the results would have been below par. Using what I considered clear chart examples and detailed explanations doesn't guarantee that someone takes the trade the same way: it needs close scrutiny of their efforts to discover the discrepancies. It's just made me think a fire-and-forget approach won't get the quality results I expect so my question is - if you have bought a course did the mentor examine close up every trade you were taking and qualify that you were carrying out his instructions precisely or was it pay your money and take your chances? Feedback appreciated.