I was looking at Kombat arts, tried it out wasn't too impressed. if you are looking for fitness and fun with a good bunch of guys than they are awesome (though they do have special team invite training). Scott Schilling's schedule is just not in sync with mine as I work Wednesday nights so that just leaves mondays and saturdays. Than I found out that all the top BJJ guys form Kombat Arts moved to Xtreme Couture, I sent an e-mail asking for more info on the BJJ program, like schedule and pricing. I get a reply telling me to check out the website which I already did with no info on it. I get a follow up e-mail: "Dude... Jusy checkin to see if you were taken care of... kind of a follow up. Lets us know.". So I reply "No not really, I didnt get any of the info I asked for. Just told to check the website or call." Then I get another sales pitch to come in for a tour, and talk to the staff to find the right gym for me... Has martial arts training really gone the way of premier fitness?... Hell no, but I wonder if Randy knows that is how they do business? cant even get a simple answer without getting a sales pitch. I have however found an AWSOME BJJ club, it is a little more expensive but that is just because of the new HST tax in Canada, so I am sure all clubs went up. The training you receive there is outstanding, and It is more of a traditional school, as the owner\head instructor was taught by John Machado (the only one in Canada). They always have top BJJ athletes coming in to train and teach; they just had Jacques Machado in there for a seminar and coming up in August Fabricio Werdum is coming in... how sick is that? the guy who beat Fedor. Right now I can train Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and then when I get betting I will be invited to the team training on Fridays. Oh yeah, almost forgot the name of the school is All Canadian Martial Arts. The classes are taught around tournament point systems (so you know what to do and what not to do in competition), all classes are taught in Gi but all techniques a taught to working with Gi & No-Gi competition; for example when doing an armbar we are shown to hug the arm, instead of gripping the Gi, so we can use that move in Gi and No-Gi comp. It is funny, cuz to be honest I didnt think they would be up to much from their website. So I went in to take a look at the place and ask a few questions, went in the next day to observe a class, then decided to try it. I really like the school, everyone is really friendly. I just wanted to question Xtreme Couture AND let everyone know about the great training at ACMA, they do have other arts there, but it is mainly a BJJ gym.