One thing for people to keep in mind is that once the student has the idea of the 7 Games, and once their skills improve, the 7 Games takes on a whole new appearence. It becomes smoother, more advanced, etc. You also use obstacles to challenge your foundation of the Games. It's not just the exaggerated, lots of rope shaking stuff people tend to zone in on when people are learning in Level 1. The conversations you have with your horse aren't just "See spot run" and "Watch spot play" anymore...it starts as phrases, then sentences, then paragraphs, then stories, if you will.