Posted by Wolfenstein
I'm not really up to date on who is currently with Pro Elite, but from what I can recall from memory I think a few of the guys are Jeremy Horn, Joe Riggs, Travis Wiuff, and Jeremy Peterson. All of them top guys.
I may come off as a little bit of a jerk for saying this, but you should really respect everyone in the martial arts. I have to ask who it is you don't respect from that group, because at the very least Jeremy Horn is one of the classiest guys in MMA. I met him at a seminarI go to a ton of seminars, well as many as I can make it to) and let me tell you he's also an awesome instructor. Watching events you can definetely grow to dislike some guys, but trust me it's a different story meeting them in person and training with them. Personally I've gotten to train at Team Link in Ware, Ma and I've had the oppurtunity to train with Gabriel Gonzaga on occasion. A guy I didn't really care for watching on TV but having met him it's definetely changed my opinion, and now I have a great deal of respect for him. So basically just don't write it off completely.
I would say try Pro-Elite because you'll have a chance to train in thai boxing as well as jiu-jitsu with some of the best in the world.
The other place looks like a good facility. They train Jeet Kune Do concepts, which can pretty much mean anything, but I would assume training would involve trap fighting and wing chun techniques which is really cool and different as long as it's done by a competent instructor. Unfortunately there's a lot shams that have tried to ride the jeet kune do wave and really have no idea what they're doing, but this place looks reputable.
I haven't heard of the instructors before but it says the BJJ instructor was trained by Pedro Sauer (who I do know of) and I believe hes a sixth degree BB in BJJ under Rickson Gracie. I would think the BJJ instructor would be a pretty legit and competent instructor.
In closing, I would say take a couple classes at both schools and judge for yourself. Don't commit to a school until you've ried a few classes to see if it's for you. Good luck!