I have... DVDs + Tapes Roy Harris BJJ 101 V1 and V2 - Great great instructionals, helps a lot on escapes and control. Very detailed. Good for beginners helped me a lot. Helps build a strong foundation in JJ. Each one is about $25 Bas Rutten's Big DVDs of COmbat- Good set but lots of the escape moves require explosiveness. Lots of innovative ways of doing things not seen in BJJ. Haven't tried a lot of them because the amount of instructions are overwhelming. Good for all levels. $115 Frank Shamrock's training Seminar LIVE!- Good instructional if you want to know about common submissions. Nothing advanced. Good teacher, detailed. Nothing on control and escapes. A portion of it is plyometric training. $40( around I believe) Frank Shamrock's Instant submissions- Again if you want to know some submissions then this tape was made for it. haven't watched it for long time, so my memory of it is kind of cloudy. Nothing advanced( ~30) BOOKs Renzo and Royler Gracie Theory and Technique- Great book. Techniques divided by belt levels. Good reference, although one thing I don't like about books is you can't see the actual movement. It's in color so that's a plus( $20) Fighter's Notebook- Good reference, black and white. Lots and lots of information. Not as detailed as I'd like though. ($80) Total cost= ~$335 p.s Is sherdog's search function down?