So I was thinking it could be a good idea to either right a strategy flow chart or simply techniques from each position. I saw a really advanced butterfly guard flow chart (which I thought I saved, but cannot find, if anyone could help me find it again would be awesome). But yeah it was like threaten this attack if X fails go for Y, If he defends Y attack Z etc but it was from loads of potential positions from butterfly for example vs opponent standing or vs 1 foot planted etc. But anyway to the point do you think it would be worthwhile to right down all the techniques I've learnt and that work for me and maybe "ghost" practice them without a partner just to drill them into my head. I could maybe right all my closed guard breaks, then open guard passes, side control escapes etc. Or do you think I could do my own flow chart/strategy guide, I think that would be a little too advanced for me at the moment, I could probably study other flow charts that are already out there.