So I'm rolling with my instructor yesterday and he tells me "You're very technical but you don't impose a game on me." So we go back and forth and it comes out that I tend to do OK because I'm an opportunistic fighter rather than someone that comes out with a game plan and bring people into it. Let me give an example. From today, if I'm rolling with someone I'll try a couple of things, if those don't work I'll give it up and go to something else basically flow into whatever they give me until at some point of time I'll get "lucky" and get where I want (guard pass, submission, sweep, etc). So let's ask the question: what do you guys go into a roll with in your head? Do you say "I want to hit a scissor sweep"? or is it something larger "I want to submit him with an armbar" and work towards that? How do you gameplan? Note that this is not for competition--for competition its easier--I hit my standard scissor sweep, omo plata sweep and armbar...fine, its my bread and butter but boring and not good to open up my game, I'm thinking along the lines of rolling in the gym.