Take classes in both Hapkido and
Aikido? I'll need two lives.
I might just come back and start kicking my sensei around (those Yoshinkan guys aren't as tough as they think
Seriously, I really am curious to see them strut their stuff. From what I've been able to find out, there are different styles of Hapkido (sounds familiar?) and views as to what true Hapkido should be; from the (puriest) Aikido-like Hapkido to styles that incorporate practical (low) kicks and Judo throws, through to the more "modern" versions that also have the fancy spinning-, jumping-, flying-, double-kicks, etc.
Aikido with (trained) punches, kicks and judo throws. You have to admit it's an Intresting concept.