This question is really just an issue of personal preference perhaps, and may seem a bit pedantic, as it is a question about a "label" and what the proper way to say this label is. The term "Individualist Anarchism" seems to have been around a long time and when one googles it, many hits come up. However, when one googles "anarcho-individualism" which is pretty much the same term, just narrowed down to one word with the prefix "anarcho" added, you can still see a few uses of that variation of the term, but mostly just hits on "individualist anarchism."
So my question is: would "Anarcho-Individualism" be an acceptable way to say the term still, or is it too grammatically awkward? I kind of like saying it this way because I personally like the prefix "anarcho," but if you were going to abbreviate it the way you see people do anarcho-communism (ANCOM) or anarcho-capitalism (ANCAP) or anarcha-feminism (ANFEM), it comes out to ANIND. If you abbreviate it using the same formula as the three examples above that is. Furthermore, the I could be pronounced like in the word "binder" whereas in the word "individualist" the I as pronounced like in the word "in." So that could be awkward grammatically as well.
I'm curious to know what other anarchists think here. I know this question is very ornery and can be seen as petty or too focused on details, but when conversing with people sometimes these things can become a focus. I'm just interested in others' opinions here. So to recap, what say you, "anarcho-individualism" or plain old individualist anarchism, which is more grammatically sound and/or convenient?