With one school being a representative of Machado and the other of Gracie. I have been taking BJJ at the Gracie school awhile, but they also have a Muay Thai program. I found the MT programis not very extensive, so I went to another school for their Muay Thai program, at the same time taking BJJ at the Gracie school (I am a blue belt there , so I did not want to leave). However, the MT place is a representative of Roger Machado and offers BJJ lessons for 25 bucks more on top of the MT fee. So I have been considering paying the extra and taking BJJ lessons there on my BJJ Gracie off days. To be non controversal actually wanted to just take the MT school's submission wrestling program, and keep the Gracie school for BJJ. Unfortunately their submission wrestling was on my BJJ day at the Gracie school, but the Machado school's MT program is on my BJJ off day, but so is the Machado Jiu Jitsu program. So I have been considering getting extra lessons to beef up my ground game. I am afraid of the drama this can cause though...And I love my Gracie school too much to quit, but the other BJJ place offers an amazing deal and instruction. They are not rival schools or anything- infact they are on quite good terms with each other so I am not sure whether this can have a big effect on my training or anything. Your input is appreciated guys, thank you.