I'm planning to start some basic aerobatic instruction. I'm generally comfortable with the group that I'd be using (Big Q Aviation at KJWY). They're good people, good pilots and take care of their aircraft. I did my tailwheel endorsement there and currently fly with them as an occasional tow pilot. If I go this route, I expect the training to be spread out quite a bit. The other alternative would be going somewhere for a week of more intensive training. But I'm not sure what the pros/cons are for the different types of instruction. My goals would be to initially compete in Primary, then eventually move up to Sportsmans. I'd likely be flying their Great Lakes 2T-1A, initially. But I'm considering purchasing a Super Decathlon if this turns out to be something that I love. With all that said, are there other things to consider when selecting an aerobatic instructor? What questions would you ask? I'm really interested to hear the opinions of those with experience in the sport. I'm not in a rush and want to make sure that I have a good foundation of instruction as I get into this.