Mitch, I really found your info interesting and did some research. I started many years ago and the school (WTF) I went to were doing the Palgwe forms. Later, these were switched to the current Taegeuk forms (of course right before my black belt test) [[this school was Jidokwan]]. There were 9 basic Kwans after the war and each was unique; having similar and different focuses (for instance, WTF and ITF forms). I was also at another school that taught the much earlier TKD Puinyong Heian forms (sorry, I do not remember exactly how they are spelled) as well as Basai Dai (Bal Seak) [[this school was Mu Duk Kwan]]. The additional forms you mention; Chon Ji and the others are early forms that, from as far as I can tell, were taught by Jhoon Rhee. Somewhere in your lineage, there must have been influence or direct contact with The Great Master himself. I have his books from 1971 and they are in the set. Very interesting. By chance, do you know what kwan your instructors were from?