The subconscious compensation thread is great - super topic, and excellent (very educational) responses. It got me to wondering about folks who may have read it and thought, "Hmm. Maybe my hide-out or mousegun with its 5 or 6 rounds is not enough! But, I don't know how to use a knife, stylus, etc." It got me to wondering about good comprehensive training. There are lots of great (and not-so-great) trainers out there. Have any of you experience with an immersion-type course that someone who has little time can attend over the course of several days to a week that builds on one's basic skills with a handgun and, for lack of a better description, sorta rounds him or her out - meaning gives him or her a basic understanding and ability to implement other defensive measures such as weaponless and tools-at-hand defensive measures either separate from or in conjunction with a handgun? Would love to read reviews.