[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZyvEHWuVb0"]Peterson Roll Tutorial - YouTube[/ame] Inspired by Sakuraba, I've been "giving up" my back rather frequently in recent years. Guys from pure BJJ backgrounds are suckers for this one. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSpd9z6S3EI"]Reverse Quarter Nelson - YouTube[/ame] Any time you have a whizzer, you have a quarter nelson. Any time you have a front headlock, you have a quarter nelson. It's not only a great transitional position, but getting the turnover puts you into side control with an easy path to north-south, plus you have control over an arm. Also a solid defense vs. the single leg. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vS6zo6b6YI"]DanTheWolfman's Catch Wrestling Ankle Lock / Reverse Toe Hold in Sidemount or Half-Guard! Bjj - YouTube[/ame] For subs, this one is there a surprising amount of the time, and the first time you go for it on a guy, they probably won't even think about defending it. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkHsc4D77A0"]Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira Grappling - YouTube[/ame] I learned this as the "key lock". If you've never done it before, take it slow, because the sit-out applies a LOT of pressure on the shoulder. Edit: [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pz-stquTyps"]Arm Spin Technique - YouTube[/ame] I suck at it, so it's not a "favorite" yet, but I'm working on the arm spin as a replacement to the drop seio nage. Figure there's less of a chance of getting caught in a choke, and if the guy pulls away while I'm spinning, I still have the option to grab a body lock.