So far, I've already memorized the limitations of the PA44 Piper Seminole and have the flows and checklist callouts done. Learning all about multi-engine operations is just so much and so fast. NetJets is coming over tomorrow to speak and visit our campus. I'm looking forward to hearing more about them. Six different executives are coming! It's some serious stuff. They are hiring a lot for 2005, but that must mean, 1) they are expanding like crazy and/or 2) they are letting go some of the higher paid senior pilots. Airlines these days have to do what it takes to keep costs down. But is that right? But the business standpoint, I guess it would be. But for pilots, seniority is what gives us the schedules we want, and require once we have a family. The biggest question is: Will they hire our graduates who have already proven to the industry what we are capable of? Come to think of it, I never told you that a couple of graduates help get an airline their certificates and conducted one of the best presentations that the FAA has seen from a corporate group. Exciting stuff. We need a Press Release soon.