I'm not looking to see which art is better. I know every art has its flaws, nothing is perfect. I'm just looking fir a certain thing and I'm not sure which discipline offer everything I'm looking for. I am 6'6 about 280. I was an competitive powerlifter until I had a career ending shoulder injury last year. I love to compete. I use to box back in the 90's. I'm too old to start back boxing. I am almost 40. I took a JKD class, but the teacher bio stated he has been a practitioner for 4 years. I could be wrong, but I don't think 4 years is long enough to have your own dojo. I have tried kajukenbo and BJJ. I enjoyed them both. I thought about trying muay thai. I am schedule to take a defense lab (was apart of keysi fighting method) in a few weeks. The problem with DL is I can't find any information on it. I would love to take shootfighting, but there is no one around that teaches it. What I am looking for is something that involves strikes, grappling, and would work in the streets. I want to also get my daughter involved into so it need to work in the streets. I'm leaning towards kajukenbo or if I could afford it mauy thai and bjj. What do you guys think?