So this year I've started open university and I'm studying business & management in sports (primarily football). I was thinking in second year about doing running a competition or interclub for charity. Everyone wins. Nowe, logistics aside (that will be the event management stuff) I want a completely different set of BJJ rules. Something way more exciting than any rule set available. Again, this would mainly be for experience of repackaging something and selling it to someone, but along the lines of catch wrestling with points. So here me out. The idea is that submis sion is he over-all goal. For instance, and attempted arm bar from guard would be three points, whilst an attempted arm bar from mount would be 5. The idea is to award points for the position and the submission, rather than the position alone. So a top position submission attempt would gain more points than the same submission from the bottom. Points are awarded at referees discretion, although I would have to release a full rule book of what qualifies as "attempted". Along he lines of spider-web position for an arm bar. For arm kimura it would be the hand position plus the opponents wrist past his waist line. So if you applied it from top side control the opponents hand would have to armpploed least touch the mat or be behind his back before pointshe were scored. The goal is of course that at the end of the day, there are no points because everyone wins via submission. This would probably all be in a given for grading simplicity. Too many no-gi guys with shady records. Any thoughts?