One of the faults that I see all the time, even in winning miniature horses, is camped-out. A horse's cannon bones will be perpendicular to the ground (so I know it is not just a case of the way they are set up) and if you drew a line from the buttocks down it would be in front of the cannon bones. I have also noticed this in American Shetlands. Do you think this is an acceptable fault? What problems does it cause? (I have some idea it would make it harder for the horse to gets its hind legs under itself for good collection.) Are there any other faults you feel get overlooked a lot?