well perhaps- though I haven't yet been to any town where someone of advanced level would come up and dance with an unknown...strike that...Robert Hauk of Portland is very good about coming up and dancing with people he doesn't know. He's just a great guy. But the "snazzy" guy's I've either seen when traveling, or who come to town to teach...no way. Almost without exception- you'd have to be on their "A-list". Most newcomer's in AT seem to get asked to dance by beginners first, then, maybe you know someone there and get a "lucky break" and they dance with you, other people see you aren't stumbling all over the place and you get other dances...the hard facts, but I think closer to the norm than not, sad though it is for the followers who are "new" to a scene. The micro-movements I am talking about though, aren't necessarily adornments, but actual steps that are lead to the follower that occur pretty much fully on the body and are very subtle and cause very tiny micro movements in the follow- rhythm changes, upper body only movements, lower body only movements, tiny steps that you quite literally can't see the lead for standing 2 feet away.