This is very good. Stick to it if you can.
As to the other question.
An the boxing/wing chun were completely different schools altogether, both had reasonable dues. Boxing was $20 a year you had to join the Junior Olympic Boxing Association which paid the clubs insurance costs and then it was something like $40-$70 a month (free if you couldn't afford it) and it was 6 days a week, one on one personal training from dedicated, unpaid trainers who volenteered there services for the better of the community.
Whatever. If I payed $1/month for a pile of ****, I'd still only get a pile of ****.
Wing Chun had no registration, you had to buy a $15 T-shirt as a class uniform and the pricing was very flexible, but it wasn't nearly as unlimited a plan as the boxing was.
What style/school is it? Do they have a website?
Now I'm on to my third form of study and I figured ground fighting would be something worth learning since everything else I learned involved standup work, and I feel like I'm being robbed. What I need is to find something local to Southern California that is as reasonable as my prior good experiences.