Originally posted by Jim23
Try randori (for non-Tomiki styles) or whatever will shake up the class.
I am under the impression that Randori is practised in all styles.
Also, I've never actually met somebody teaching aikido who was actually interested in money, although I'm aware people like that must exist. (One of the local clubs here in town drops mat fees when membership/attendance goes up)
Inevitably, there'll be low standards in a couple of places because the art has spread so far. You'll find higher standards in the areas visited/overseen by decent teachers.