Hey everybody, I went shopping around for an MMA school and since I live in So Cali I had alot of options. Here is my report. I will grade the MMA schools I visited based on these credentials Trainers - Are they experienced? What are their credentials? Do they/Have they competed professionally? Facility - Is it adequate? Is there enough equipment per student? Is it well kept? Types of programs - How many classes do they offer and what times? Who trains there - What are the products of this school? Are they successful in competition either in MMA/BJJ/Muay Thai competition? Pricing - Is it worth the money? Team Quest - Murrieta Trainers - Hendo, but he rarely teaches due to his busy schedule. Other trainers are qualified, but they lack a solid Gi-BJJ program. Facility was nice but not clean enough. Programs - Classes offered were good as were times offered. This school is mostly for early pros, the average student usually has had a pro fight under their belt. During my week training there, nobody would spar because "they had a fight coming up." Pricing - Adequate, but not much bang for your buck. Overall - B The Shark Tank - Rancho Cucamonga A kickboxing school for the most part. Lack of a Gi-BJJ program. Head trainer is Eddy Millis who is qualified, but from my first impression, does not run good camps. Lacks pro experience (only two pro MMA fights). The facility was small but had enough equipment to get the job done. Not a big enough school for classes larger than 20 students. Pricing is very good, one of the cheaper MMA schools out there. Products of the Shark Tank are competing in K1 and KOTC, but they aren't very successful. Only product of any fame is Mighty Mo. Overall - C+ Millennia MMA - Rancho Cucamonga, CA Trainers - Millennia features three world class BJJ black belts who have all competed successfully in MMA - Betiss Mansouri, Romie Aram, and Javier Vazquez. Muay Thai is taught by former 4X world champ William Syriapai. Has greco/freestyle instructors for wrestling. Has a former golden gloves boxer as a boxing instructor. The trainers at Millennia are top notch, period. Facility was great, a full size cage and boxing ring, with two separate mat spaces and a bag area. Features a small area for strength and cardio training. Has a pro shop for gear. Programs - Classes are offerd from 6:30 AM to 9 Pm. Anything from an organized BJJ program to Yoga and cardio kickboxing. Has morning BJJ and Muay Thai classes(something most schools lack). Has boxing and wrestling classes. Has a separate class for Pro MMA training (for Millennia Fight Team members) but also a beginners MMA class for anybody. Products of Millennia - Current #1 contender for the WEC bantamweight title Manny Tapia, Reggie Orr, Ray Lizama, KOTC Jr. Welterweight champ Joe Boxer Valenzuela. Pricing - I got in at $150 a month for all classes. But now the price is $200 but well worth it. They also have cheaper packages if you just want to do wrestling or BJJ or Muay Thai or just fitness classes. Legends MMA is the only school more expensive, but Millennia offers way more for the money. Overall - A- As you can tell, after spending time at all three schools, I eventually signed up at Millennia. If anyone lives in SO Cali (particularly the Inland empire) Millennia is the best overall school from my experience.