Bill is a trim, handsome, outgoing 55-year-old man who got to aviation after the kids were grown. A Cincinnati native, he started hanging around Lunken Field and rocketed through his private, instrument and instructor ratings. He was hooked. Bill had spent 30-plus years in the family business, but as he did more and more instructing he correctly self-diagnosed a severe airplane problem: He couldn't get enough time in the air. When one of his students bought a Cirrus, Bill went with him to the company's Duluth headquarters. There he was swept away by the overwhelming niceness of the people of the upper Midwest, the quality of customer service and commitment to good products and good support. He came home, consulted with his wife of 32 years and his brothers, who were also in the family business, and filled out an application for a job with Cirrus. Don't you wish you had such an accomplishment on your resume?