My BFG has always been a neglected position, top and mainly bottom. A lot of coaches and fighters swear by it in MMA especially, but I never found that connection. I'm decent with the standard BFG sweeps and armdrag series, but I just don't see that special spark a lot of fighters see in BFG. I feel it's an easy guard to pass since one does not need to open it (often the hardest part of full guard passing) and it doesn't lend itself to submission opportunities as well (feet often getting stuck or held). On top, I just smash the hips, flatten the bottom man and take the pass he gives me. On bottom, I just keep from going flat, make an angle, and work my armdrag / sweeps until I get one of the other, always ready to stand up if I'm losing the position. Anyone know of any strong BFG instructionals, especially no-gi? It's a position I need to spend a lot more time working.