Hi Zach_Zinn thanks for your input.

There is a definite reason to learns static throws, it's not as if you can magically get a good harai goshi by just doing three times and going at it in Randori, the combination of static drilling and improvement of technique and entry, uchi komi, uchi nage practice and progressively moving all that stuff into randori is what makes Judo so interesting to me, the static drilling and the randori are both part of it.

I agree that there is a reason to learn static throws and I welcome it. The problem is a lot of the time at my club we only train them staticly. I think this is the theme with most Jujitsu clubs.
If Judo trains both staticly and with resistance then this sounds great. I will go take a look.

Thanks for input