Well I know there are a couple of us on here. Hell, there used to be a guy called "A&P". So what do you do? G/A, commercial, Mill, ect. What is your discipline? Sheethmetal, hydraulics, avionics, ect. Do you like what you do? Since I asked I'll go 1st. I've done a little bit of every thing except G/A. I worked C-130s in the U.S.M.C and at Lockheed-Martin (I also worked on the F-22 at L-M), B707/E8Cs at Northrop-Grumman, G-Vs & G-IV SPs at Gulfstream, my last job was at Delta working the MD-11, MD-88, B727, B737, B757, B767, & B777. I have, for the the most part, always done something to do w/ Avionics so I never bothered to get an A or P license. With the # of guys laid off right now I figured it was time to get certified. So I went to the local school. I'm almost done w/ that and I'll be looking for a job again soon. When things are good, they are great and when they are bad, they suck! Some the best times I had were working the C-130 J flight test program at L-M and doing "letter checks" on wide-bodies at Delta.