lol hang in there killer. practice harder, think more carefully and work on identifying YOUR faults. it’s the only aspect of any game that you can control. dang man, horse shoes is hard. gotta throw those heavy things just the right distance and hang em up on the stick just so, but ppl get good at it by thinking through loss, and practice. hang in there man, you can do it. i told my brother, when he could barely work a ps controller, that street fighter is hard and not for wusses, and that i would not teach him the secret art of the fireball motion unless he was ready to lose. a lot. after he got a bit older, he really bucked up and took his beatings, and now, he doesn’t rage, or whine, complain, grouse or vetch, he just kicks butt or dies trying. but thats pretty much what it takes to rock, constant drive and the ability to understand loss as a victory against your own failures. if the way you did it failed, that’s one more way you know that doesn’t work. loss is essential to victory.
also another thing to consider is how competitive you want to be. do you want to be world champ material, or just beat your friends. two different levels of play/dedication. i play on wii (tvc at the moment) and that has the most biased, unfair ranking system, the worst lag, and the strangest controls of any sf game out there, but i love it and i keep on truckin. again, stick with it, be patient, you can do it