I was speaking recently with an FMA instructor who has worked with Lameco practitioners before but is not one himself. He indicated that one difference between Lameco practitioners and some other groups is that while many FMA people focus on backhand wittiks, abaniqos, and redondas (hiradas) at long range, Lameco people tend to use what I would classify as 'regular' forehand and backhand strikes (Modern Arnis angles 1-4) but stretched out, and that they put a lot of time into practicing how to get power in those strikes and how to recover quickly from a missed strike to be ready to strike again. Is this accurate? (I may have misunderstood him.) Most people I know focus on backhand wittiks, abaniqos, hiradas, and maybe the occasional underhanded figure 8 at long range. Of course, most people I work with are Modern Arnis types who want to move in closer rather than stay at long range, or JKD people (not from Dan Inosanto's group) who want to stay at the longest range possible and nickle-and-dime the arm/hand.