Yes, I understand that Ollie, that's all fine for the individual, yourself, correct me if I'm wrong, incorporate your entire skill set when you teach, right? You don't teach one person TKMA and then teach another jujitsu, If I've been paying attention, you meld them into "your" combined system. On a broader sense these individuals advertising ranking in multiple styles are insinuating that they have multiple skill sets when in fact the only reason they are certified in those arts is that the skill set is virtually identical. To make matters worse on keeping on the topic of the thread, it seems that the NKMAA would separate practitioners into levels of fitness as if Kuk Sool isn't as demanding as Konshinbub or whatever the other style is that has the same exact skill set. I'm not looking down on this but I am questioning it because it's a valid question. Why would one need or want to do this? Kuk Sool isn't turning into a sissy art people just keep bastardizing it for self indulging reasons.