I've seen this brought up a handful of times in streams and other areas. Stupendous even had some kind of eye-tracking setup on his stream for a while, showing where his vision was focused when he played. Snake-Eyes said in an interview back in the SFIV days, that he watches the space between the characters. So, what part of the screen do you concentrate on when you play? Do you focus on yourself or your opponent or maybe the neutral area between you? Any insights on why you focus on where-ever it is that you do? I have a habit of watching my own character, or the space slightly in front of my own character.. I kind of default to this, and I dont know why I have so much trouble training myself to do otherwise.. because I honestly feel like I get better results focusing on the opponent's character directly. I can see myself in my periphery and since I know what buttons Im pushing and what I'm doing, I dont feel like focusing on myself is all that helpful.. where-as keeping my eyes on my opponent directly helps with my reactions, helps me identify patterns and habits and just generally "feels" better.