Yes, I´ve heard that he excels in "breaking compliant uke-waza", in both the "snap before tap" and "snap after tap" categories. Sometimes he even known to display the not so usual "kick and stomp the compliant uke"-technique.
For example, I am reminded of Isoyama sensei. Have you seen him sit in seiza? It is a beautiful sight. When you see this, you know that he has a lot to teach.