My work sent me to a carbine training under the regime (Costa & Fisher) in 2010, and to a vehicle assault course under the new regime (Caylen and Aaron) this past August. Believe me, this is more than just a name change. The training under he new regime was vastly superior and backed up by real-world experience gained by the trainers world real world shit - hitting - the - fan situations. I came out of the second training feeling as though I learned some really valuable skills and techniques that can be used and relied on in real life active, fluid, moving situations versus the first training where it felt more like a "how to look cool on a flat range with zero real life variables to challenge me" for five days. Anyone who went through a training under the old regime should go to a session under the new regime. The difference in quality of training and delivery is night and day. Just my opinion.