So we've seen in the past few years the popularity rise of the "well-rounded" b-boy -- it's been argued that to be well-rounded allows you to dip into many different moves and not limit yourself to only one b-boy branch (toprock, footwork, freezes, power, etc.) It is thus "superior" to the b-boy who specializes as a "powerhead" or "stylehead" (both of these terms I personally don't think really exist but are commonly known and you get what I'm saying). However, years before the period now, being well-rounded wasn't always promoted as fiercely as it is now. Look at the rise of Korea's b-boys who really brought up the standard of powermoves and propelled their accomplishments through the internet to the world; consequently, the extreme popularity of powermoves from this period also brought it's own downfall. As "powerheads" and "styleheads" clashed in their ideologies, many people were conservative and took a more mutual path in-between to advocate the idea of a well-rounded, more open and flexible b-boy - the b-boy who invested time in toprock, in footwork, in freezes, in power, in everything, or really as long as it wasn't just one or two areas. So now I ask you; is being well-rounded a trend that will eventually die off which will push b-boys to support more unique and specialized styles in the future?