In my area there are two versions of Nite Club Two Step that are taught. Version 1: Almost all local studios teach Buddy Schwimmer's version, with the exception that most of us start on the slow instead of the q-q. Version 2: Competitors at UCWDC events are being required to learn a different version that replaces the rock step q-q with a crossover step.Supposedly the UCWDC renamed the dance to "Nite Club" instead of "Night Club Two Step" to differentiate their dance from the one most commonly done. Unfortunately these dances don't mix too well -- especially if I dance with a lady who is heavily involved in UCWDC competitions. These ladies are very head strong because they don't want to change their style, which may compromise their competitions. When I dance with these ladies most of them are not willing (or able) to correctly follow me. It feels to me like they are breaking my frame, so I try to hold them back, which makes them try to force their way out of my frame. It starts to feel more like wrestling than dancing. Our timing and rhythm never feels good because I perceive that they are rushing the q-q and they think I'm strong arming them. So, dancing with these ladies is an unpleasant experience that I try to avoid. I usually only have this problem when dancing with UCWDC competition dancers. Most other ladies can adjust to my style even if they learned to dance at the UCWDC. Somehow these ladies learn to hold back on the crossover so that it feels like a rock step, or perhaps these ladies were trained in both versions so they start doing a rock step to follow me (Yes -- some ladies actually follow!). This is not a trivial problem and goes beyond social dancing. I am reluctant to attend UCWDC workshops because I know what they want to teach and I don't want my dance corrupted by it. I have decided not to do their competitions because I have been assured by judges I have asked that I will have no chance of doing good if I use Buddy's footwork.Sure, they have other dances besides NC2S but my attitude has really soured on this organization. I see no reason why the UCWDC mandated this new dance when they must have known that it would be very disruptive for social dancing. Does anybody know the how's and why's when the UCWDC changed NC2S?