Hi. I live in Mississippi, and I can't find any koryu jujutsu schools close to me. I specifically am most intersted in taijutsu. I am largely attracted to the koryu traditions out of their historical and cultural singificance so I am not as interested in getting "official" instruction where I might recieve belts or diplomas. It is important to me, however, that I learn a recognized koyru from an authentic source that does not have lineage disputes (e.g. bujinkan, etc.) What koryu of jujutsu has the most available instruction out there, particularly for someone that is not near a dojo? Does anyone know of any way I can find instruction on the techniques of any koyru jujutsu? I would love to find a good instructional website, but I also would be interested in books or DVD's. Sorry, moving to Japan is not an option for me right now. Any information would be greatly appreciated.