We all make BJJ moves up and for good reason. The Supreme Masters of BJJ (Helio, Carlos Sr., etc.) - these giants, they gave us the basis or crucial elements of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. But, it really should go without saying, that the moves and techniques of the art are essentially infinite. No one will do an armbar-to-triangle transition from closed guard quite the way you do (and, maybe for good reason). We each create moves and sub-moves and super-sub-moves every day as we progress in BJJ.
Here's a great example. Daniel Faggella, the self-proclaimed BJJ Nerd, obviously knows his stuff and is pretty poised instructor (and maybe a bit of a BJJ marketeer, as well). This 5 minute video demo'ing some movements he commonly employs is pretty kick ass. These are movements you might already be doing in some form when rolling, but most likely aren't drilling the way Dan does. Good stuff, Dan. [Although, we think you probably intended the first move to be named "The Indulator" - one that moves in a smooth, wavelike motion, rather than an "ungulator" - being hooflike?]
Maybe you have some of your own moves you'd like to show us, grapplers.