Gym Size: 7
Striking Instruction: 7
Grappling Instruction: 8
Weapons Instruction: 1
I just recently started training at this school regularly, but I actually took a few classes several years ago.
Location-wise its in an easily accessible area near VCU campus in Richmond, VA. Parking is street parking. The gym isn't huge and has plenty of students, so it can get crowded at times, but there are several options for classes.
I think that the instructor is superb. His name is Eric Burdo, I don't know his history but I do know that he competes. The business manager of the gym is a woman named Liz Sussan, who is a BJJ purple belt preparing for the Pan-Ams this year. Shes also had the gym involved in some charity work.
Teaching in the fundamentals classes is very thorough and step-by-step which is good for me because I am a slow learner. Class are 90mins and involve warm-up; break-fall practice; demonstration of 1-3 techniques; drilling the technique with partners; and ends with 15 mins of rolling. Plenty of blue belts in the gym, lots of white belts; several purple belts. Two of the instructors are black belts.
They also have a Muay Thai program but I don't take those classes. Recently had a student go to the finals at WKA in Richmond. They do seem to train students to compete at various grappling and kick-boxing tourneys, and some students seem to have done well.
No weapons training that I've seen.