Thus far BGile and KenpoDavid have claimed that there are clear stylistic differences between Kenpo and Kempo, and have told me that I am mistaken when I claim that through the mixed and convoluted lineages that there is no longer (if there ever was) such a difference. Now firstly, lets look at the letters themselves. The M clearly has an extra foot, and at least one extra serif than the N. Now onto the meat and potatoes. Lets look at lineages. We have Mitose who did Kenpo Jujitsu, and Chow who did Kara-Ho Kempo. We have Emperado doing Kajukenbo which bred Hawaiian Kempo and Gascon who goes and does Karazenpo, which bred Pesare who did Kenpo as well as Kimo who does Kempo-jutsu. Under Pesare we have Cerio who did Kenpo, and Villari under Cerio who claims Kempo, with most villari BB's branching off with their own brands of Kempo. So we have: The two most accepted founders teaching separately using M and N Emperado students using M and N Gascon students using M and N and Cerio students using M and N So where is the line drawn in the sand on technique, style and lineage based on the spelling of the word?