No, I believe I said it in just four words. If you need more to understand it I suggest you invest time and energy researching the topic of Kata properly, learning a Kata, and investing the time to train it properly. If you're not prepared to do that but instead wish to repeat variations on the same statement over and over again based on your own limited experience of Kata then you are simply wasting your time and that of others in trolling this thread in the Karate forum. That's a shame because you could instead be making productive comments on things you do know about elsewhere. If you really want to pursue this argument you could still make a positive contribution by listing what you believe are all the key facets of shadow boxing. Karateka on this thread could then comment on which of these they are personally working (or not) while doing solo Kata.