If anyone can give us a style inferiority complex, it's Scramble. This company oozes radically cool and sublime grappling chicness (first and last time I ever used the work "chicness." Promise). So, we hate them. Not really (maybe a little).
Scramble is badass. And they're English, which makes them even more interesting (it's the accent; it's makes everything sound so fascinating). Although, they are really in to soccer, which I still don't quite get. I digress. Most importantly, Scramble taps in to the soul of BJJ and is extremely good at laying that out in the form of a short film. Which leads us to the reason we're here right now.
Check out out this most excellent video featuring world class grappler, Roberto Satoshi de Souza, rollin', talkin' and then teaching (a very trick, yet simple sweep off spider guard). The only other thing I have to say is that I'm pleased to note that Satoshi has toned down his formerly exceedingly flamboyant fauxhawk. It's now almost DSTRYR/SG acceptable.
Side Note: The vid is co-produced by Japanese BJJ auteur, Jiu Jitsu Priest. Those guys are fu*kin' cool. That's all I got.