Anyone else around here take it? I don't know if it's just local, or if it's nationwide or international. Anyway, from what I've read in this forum and other places, it's quite a bit different from alot of other forms of Kenpo. I'm just a bit curious to see who else studies this form of Kenpo. Edit: I'm going to give you guys some more information on this form of Kenpo. Now, I've read about other forms that use the Long form/short form system of forms (I think Cerio's and Parker's both use this?). In Sullivan's, however, white up to brown belts learn the Pinans and animal forms. Shotokan forms are learned from brown w/stripe and up. Also, black belts learn more techniques from Cerio's Kenpo and Jujitsu. Sullivan's also teaches a number of weapons. Nunchaku, bo, and sai (I think sai, anywho) are learned in the colored ranks, although you can take seminars to learn swords, kamas, and other things. Black belts learn swords, kamas, and other things, as well. Now keep in mind, I'm a yellow belt, so some of this stuff might be wrong, but this is to the best of my knowledge pretty correct.