This has been a frustrating topic for me. First and foremost I'm talking about "Juyo" not "Vaapad". I was and have been wondering how is juyo suppose to look like? I mean you can only get so far in understanding it with an explanation like this: Intrepid, somewhat direct movements were used in combination with advanced techniques involving Force-powered jumps and very fast motions. Form VII did not appear quite as fancy as Form IV, as there were not as many moves like twirling and flipping, but the technical requirements were much higher. Vaapad used seemingly free-wheeling and open movements, but with utter control on the part of the wielder. The end result, if practiced correctly, was a very unpredictable lightsaber style. The staccato swings and flow of the form made it seem as if the attacks were not linked?but in reality, it was merely confusing the opponent. This leaves much to the imagination as to what it actually means and is too much of a broad explanation. Moreover it might be better if we knew what Juyo is suppose to be based off in real life. We have Makashi co-relating with fencing. Personally i think it kind of sounds like medieval sword fighting or modern competitive fencing, but hey I could be wrong. Another thing is how is Maul suppose to be a practitioner of Form VII? It didn't really look like it from watching Episode I.