Success is relative and depends also on the "material" you have. I think he achieved success with the Swiss couple Anais Morand/Antoine Dorsaz (they made it to the Olympic Games) and also Tatiana Volosozhar/Stanislav Morozov improved under him. These teams obviously were weaker than Savchenko/Szolkowy, but you don't always have World Champion material on your hands. I think that Ingo Steuer is a demanding coach. He is very hard-working and he expects the same from his students. Not everybody can deal with this. Since he started working as a coach, he has been focused on Savchenko/Szolkowy and right now wouldn't take on or form any other top team anyway. He does coach a junior lady, though, Lutricia Bock. She finished 7th at the JGP in Riga, which is not bad for a German lady. ;-) We will see what happens after Savchenko/Szolkowy retire. I am sure that talented skaters would like to work with Ingo and he can produce more champions. Another handicap for him is that he is based in Chemnitz and not everybody is ready to relocate there. He himself didn't want to move elsewhere as he has good conditions in Chemnitz plus he wants to be close to his son.