Is it bad to schedule privates with another instructor from a different academy in the SAME city? Say you train at Renzo's in NY but want to improve your X-Guard. Is it wrong to train at Renzo's but schedule privates at Marcelo Garcia's academy for advice on the X-Guard? Or if you train in LA at Rickson's but you want to improve your Spider Guard so you setup a private with Romulo Barral for specific details. Or how about your half guard game and you're willing to drive to Lucas Liete's school for a private. How about the DC area and you train at Lloyd Irvin's but want additional tips for finishing and setting up your triangles, is it bad to go to Ryan Hall's for a couple of privates for details? I'm not talking about a white belt learning new moves. It's positions or submissions that you're already comfortable with but want to improve. You're loyal to your academy, have zero intentions of leaving, but want tips from a world class instructor that may specialize in that area. Like the X-Guard example, I think it's pretty safe to say that there is no instructor in the world that can teach the X-Guard better than Marcelo. Is it disrespectful to your own instructor/school? What are your thoughts?