Hello, all. So, my dreams of being a pilot have been dealt a blow. I filled out all of the info for my medical and being the honest man that I am I gave them every single detail they asked for thinking nothing I mentioned would be a big deal. I was wrong. I took some adhd drugs[prescribed ] for about a year before discontinuing them about 6 months before applying for my medical exam. I didn't like them. I took them off and on. I stopped taking them and I take nothing to this day. However, this set off all kinds of alarms at the FAA. They wanted a bunch of documentation from my doc. I provided that. Now they want some adhd neuropsychological exam done. I had no problem with that till I found out the exam will cost me $2000 and there's no guarantee I'll get my license after that's completed anyway. Otherwise I'm in perfect health. No HBP, no substance issues, nothing. So, keep that in mind, ladies and gentlemen, when applying for your medical in the future. I certainly don't want to promote lying to the FAA or anyone else for that matter. But it's hard to think that had I simply said nothing on my application I'd be holding a license in my hand as we speak. Oh, and added bonus, even if I decide 10 years from now that I want to readdress getting my PPL, I'll still have to have that neuro test done. There's no statute of limitations. So, to my question. I would like to be able to fly a plane by myself. Do I have any options? Can I still get a light sport license? Experimental planes? Or am I going to have to either plunk down $2000 for a chance at a license or give up the dream? Any advice?