I'd say its a *little* more than that. The two things, above all else, that the show needed were: 1. Good kung fu action 2. Good kung fu story Which is to say, it doesn't just need better stunt fighting. It also needs writing that better brings the stunt fighting to the forefront of the work. The kung fu genre is all about using story as an excuse to string together balletic fight scenes, and Scott Buck leaned *away* from the genre, rather than into it. Probably because he had no clue what he was doing.