Does caída exist? Well, I have never heard any teacher in any class, workshop, or festival mention it. On youtube, I've heard a references from the Casino Para Todos people and once from Salsa Vale Todos guys calling it the V-shape. However, most others when teaching dilequeno & a bajo seem to lump it in with closed position. On the one hand, it does seem quite different. The leader here doesn't have their shoulders parallel to the follower like in other closed position moves and is slightly in front of the follow. That doesn't reflect the normal mechanics of closed position. On the other hand, if it's own position - it's not one with a lot of moves coming from it. As far as I've noticed, I see only dile que no, enchufla pa fuera, a bajo, and exhibela; tocatimba mentioned enchufla from caida, but I can't quite wrap my mind around how that might look. So, although it might well be a useful teaching technique, I can see why teachers would skip it if there's not much to refer back to here. I'm curious what people's experiences here with reference to this phenomenon. Have you heard of it before from any teachers? From your own observation, what do think of the idea of a caída position? Should this be a thing that's taught?