Mcura said:My general suggestion is to try something you've never seen before.
Last year I tried Savate, which would be just up your alley, being a TKD stylist. I experienced Krav Maga, which taught me how to be direct. I tried Systema for the first time, which was the most pleasurable way to fight out of a mob. I tried two styles of Internal Chinese arts, Tai Chi and ShiBok Tien LungTao, which taught me the value of utilizing my skeletal base and that of my opponent. And to satisfy my taste for the unusual, I tried Whiskey Stick Dancing, otherwise known as Irish Shillelagh fighting.
This is only a handful of the seminars I participated in, and there were several that I wish I had joined in, but I ran out of time. The event is a giant buffet of styles, so mix and match to your heart's content. I'd also do a thorough read of each instructor's write up and planned curriculum, so you can make an informed decision.
On a final note, I'd recommend attending the sessions taught by Makoto Kabayama and Shawn Zirger. Shawn is my JKD teacher and a real stand-up guy, and Makoto is just the nicest fellow and a well of knowledge. They'll be teaching JKD concepts and stick work.
And after that, stick around for the Muay Thai fight night!