So I loaned my instructor Stephen Kesting's "Dynamic Halfguard" dvd and the other night in class we worked on some instep guard stuff. I love it! I picked it up really easily and started working a lot of the sweeps during rolling the first night it was taught. I plan on really incorporating it into my open guard game to deal with people who stand and pass. But it made me wonder, how do you pass the instep guard? I am curious to know what I can expect when defending those kind of passes. Off the top of my head, I would think that a person would in the instep guard would push the opponent's head down, sprawl their trapped leg back, then maybe circle for a rolling omoplata or something like that. Just curious for any advice you guys can give because I plan on using this quite a bit.