Sid put out a video - "Born in Warrior's Blood" a few years after I left the school, I always wanted to get my hands on it to see how horrifically bad it might be!
It's down to Wing Chun that I eventually found BJJ though. After I left Sid's school I joined Bob Breen's JKD academy in Hoxton (due to the whole Wing Chun/JKD link), and it's there that I discovered grappling. Stayed there a couple of years until I left uni (was using my grant to pay for membership fees :) ) and then started BJJ
This thread has turned into a therapy session. I love reading these sort of threads:)
The problem with Wing Chun is you throw 5000 strikes an hour but noone ever gets punched in the face!
I did about 10 years of 'modified' WC, started with a guy called Jason Stretton in Birmingham. To be fair he did introduce me to BJJ.