https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMk5i-UmDXs Here is another video of me on the near court and my buddy on the far court. Like I mentioned before he is definitely the better player, and can attack much better than I can. But I would think that this video shows that there is something to say for consistency. I know I could flatten out my shots more and hit more penetrating shots. But this is also done at the risk of making more errors, if you notice one of the few shots I don't get back was a dud mishit. Also my friend who attacks much better and hits more penetrating shots also does misfire and has some miss hits. Not to say that there is anything wrong with his shots, by no means am I referring that. But the point is even he is taking more chances of making errors. Plus the way he takes my shots off the rise especially with the 1 handed backhand is nowhere near as easy as he makes it look, believe me on that. So for me to go for more penetrating shots against him is not real high % play because I am not that good and his shots are tough to attack. So if I were to take video of me playing against a player that was not at his level you would see quite a difference. A lot of guys I play will first off be making errors off the jump from my shots, and also be serving up a lot of sitters that I would come in and flatten out and put away. But my game is built around consistency first and foremost. The attacking only comes when the % of success is high.