Attention to detail will earn you these precious extra points and give you that certain edge over your competitors. It pays off to be aware of the characteristics of your particular style: posture, arm placement and foot work are slightly different for - lets say - an American Tribal Style and an Oriental dancer. Be aware of the singularities of your chosen style and use them to your advantage. This is even more important when dancing in a fusion style. In that case the jury will judge both styles. In other words: when combining e.g. Spanish floreos with Oriental undulations, make sure to execute both movements flawlessly . And last but not least: if you mix two syles, don't throw in bits and pieces of style A into style B, but blend them together into your own unique performance. After all you don't want to present a drab and confusing picture to the audience, but a genuine, exciting and original piece of art.