I have a big decision to make. I'm moving out to Nevada and there are two or three dojos that I'm very interested in. To start, there are two shaolin schools that are run by real monks and the two schools are brother schools. However, those schools are lower on my list. The three schools on top are a Hisardut school, Kajukembo school, and a traditional jiu jitsu/judo school. Now, Hisardut is a melding of Jiu Jitsu and a few other martial arts and is the deadly portion of krav maga. Hisardut, because of it's jiu jitsu portion, teaches one how to disarm an attacker. KM, on it's own, does not teach this. Kakukembo is another great street fighting martial art that teaches one how to disarm an attacker as well as how to stave off multiple attacks. And, of course, there is a traditional jiu jitsu dojo. Personally, i try to stay away from studios that teach too many things. There is a small studio that teaches a variety of martial arts but I'm extremely suspicious of them. So, do any of you have experience or knowledge of Kajukembo or Hisardut? I know it's really hard to find a Hisardut studio where one can find a KM studio everywhere.