I know nothing about those gyms other than the home for some elite gymnasts. Since you asked, I will offer my comments from a more generic perspective. I have been in a similar situation where my DD was in a small gym she loved but not a long track history of scholarships. We ended up moving gyms 2 hours away, but it was more because of the old gym ownership and the coach leaving than desire to go to a bigger established gym. Just a couple words of caution/things to consider. First, if anything that I have learned over the years that my DD has been involved and seeing the gymnasts that preceded her, getting a college scholarship is EXTREMELY rare and difficult. There are soooo many things that have to line up even if your DD is super talented (grades, an open scholarship spot, school she/he is actually interested in, injury etc.). Second, just because a gym has a track record of scholarships does not mean your DD will respond to that environment. It is not a factory process, as I am sure you know, all our DDs are unique individual people, some like disciplined structure, others loose supportive. So before you make a move, I would make sure you have long conversations with the potential coaching staff about their training, be upfront about DDs goals and how they might help reach them, include DD if age appropriate. Take in a couple of practices. Third and most important, what does your DD want? If she is happy in her current gym, progressing well, having fun, then why move her? In today's environment, one of the few positives of social media is the ability of college coaches to see recruits that might not be at such high profile gyms. Just some things to consider. Best of luck!