Me too. Not satisfied with the rattle can job on my suspension components but this is maintenance, not restoration and thankfully it's all underneath and the car sits very low to the ground anyway. Wanna drive it not admire it's guts. The employment game is no fun for the people on both sides of the table. I have the luxury of not having to take the first thing that comes along, and have already put 32 years in my field. Ten years from actual retirement so I want to do something gainful but not get back on the roller coaster. What I absolutely won't do is go back to all the driving and a power commute, and I want no part of the NY Metro area. You can't spend the $$ if the job kills you first and frankly, since July 2017 I've lost two long time friends because (in my opinion) the job did kill them. Stress. They didn't take care of themselves at all and it caught up to them at 56 and 57. In fact, I see another one the same age warming up in the chute and I am very concerned about him. Like too many of us you get addicted to the job, the pace and all that to the exclusion of all else. I got RIF'd because the company is swirling around the porcelain. I saw it coming a long way off and had many years to prepare for it - and did. In the end it may have saved my life or prevented some hellish medical problem. I miss it at many levels - but after I've had time to really think about it - don't. The job I interviewed for yesterday caught my interest and sounded pretty cool but I have doubts that my skillset is the best fit. They're looking for an odd mix though so I honestly can't get a read on this one. If I get it I'll be pleasantly surprised and slightly terrified at first. If I don't I'll just be chagrined and go back to what I've been doing, which ain't all that much.