Acupuncturists often search for 'deeper theory', 'profound secrets' and 'magic points' from books, teachers and classical texts. In many cases however, just knowing which point to use is only part of the picture. In my studies with Beijing professor Wang Juyi (王居易), I was often surprised that he placed such emphasis on basic point location- even with those who had studied with him for decades. For Dr. Wang, what might be termed "classical anatomy" was crucial to conceptualizing the anatomical landscape of each patient while improving precision in needling and clinical results. In this short event, Elad Itzhakov and I will discuss Dr. Wang's point location strategy illustrated by some concrete point location examples.