While watching the Lowe von Bonn team foil on youtube, one of the commentators made reference to a change in priority interpretation. He said one thing that we'll be seeing this season is "a slight shift in the refereeing towards favouring attacks into preparation". he said, over the last two or three years, refereeing was very generous towards broad attacks, but now, any hesitation, or stutters in your attack, may be viewed as a preparation, "especially if [the opponent] does a step lunge". can anyone explain what this "change" is exactly? I realize, in one sense, if you are advancing, and stop or hesitate for too long, you can forfeit priority, but that has always been the case afaik. I'm wondering what kind of calls would have gone one way last year, but will go the other way this year... and if this is a decision that has been made, where would one find info on this?