No problem, it was my fault as well, and I had a nice time.
Talking about style is very difficult for me, especially from one training session. In general, I am senior enough to train in many styles, but not senior enough to identify the essence of the differences.
Most differences I have recognised are due to the fact, that in our dojo we have only two training sessions a week, and thus much less weapon training than Hoechst, and we are only beginner students - me, holding sankyu, being the dojo-sempai.
And my mistakes are all the same in all styles
. Well, I thought, my suwari-waza was not too bad, but on Saturday I failed totally.