I'm a DZR a student under a wally jay instructor. I'm hoping one day to teach, I've also studied judo and I know how judo was derived from Kodenkan (DZR) jujitsu, and how BJJ was derived from Kodenkan judo. I've always thought about training them all together and then blending in all there concepts, would make one hell of a system, with the locking of DZR, throws of Judo, and ground work of BJJ. You see for the people who are not to familiar with DZR jujitsu, it was the predecessor to Judo and BJJ, they have pretty much ALL the same techniques but in Judo the throws are broken down so much better and in BJJ the ground work is also broken down a lot better with a lot of refinements to the techniques. In my opinion I do not think the schools should of split, but more should of been just old fashioned Kodenkan Jujitsu but evolved, combining these systems for me would be like reuniting schools and creating a more complete and better jujitsu system. What do you guys think of this idea?