I'm new to the forums and I am looking for some advice about the pathway I should take with regard to my training. Just a little background information, I took Krav Maga for about a year and a half (I would consider that exposure, but not training), I'm only 5'4, 135 pounds, and, because I can't guarantee that I will have the time to train after I graduate from college, I am only assuming that I will have 4 years max to train. Currently, I am enrolled in a BJJ school on an 18 month contract. Originally, I planned to train as much as I could in BJJ, switch to Judo for a year and a half, then finish out the year training in Muay Thai. However, I began to second guess this strategy and was wondering if other paths would be better. For example, would it be best to just train strictly BJJ all 4 years, or some other combination? I am not planning on becoming an MMA fighter, but would like to comfortably defend myself and be able to look my opponent in the face the next day (something that I wouldn't be able to do with Krav). My initial thoughts about switching was because I figured it would give me adequate exposure to all combat ranges: MT for striking, Judo for clinch/takedowns, and BJJ for groundfighting. I was also a little bit leery of using BJJ in a street fight, given I'd most likely be fighting on a concrete surface. Any thoughts on this would be appreciated. P.S. Although I'd commit the money if necessary, the fact the Judo and MT schools are a whole lot less is a big plus.