I've been watching a lot of Marcelo Garcia lately, played around with the SLX and found it to be a perfect addition to my game as a right arm amputee (above the shoulder, no stump). There's often the low hanging fruit (straight ankle lock) that I frequently pull off, even if my opponent knows it's coming. I generally SLX and butterfly to keep larger opponents from completing a standing pass, however if they find their way on top from the ground (e.g. side control) I feel I'm on the defensive too much. Are there any entries to SLX from say, deep/half guard? Rubber? Kind of an odd transition, but I find that I use those to most from bottom. Any insights would be helpful, thanks!