I didn't think I'd get this many hours so quick. But I'm 3.2 total hours since 10/25 and three lessons (1.0, 1.0, and 2.2). Overall, I think I'm solidly hooked and want to go through all the way! Looking at headsets/ipads blah blah. Thoughts below; 1. The second lesson I did at a different school to test them out. The plane was a lot older (carb vs. fuel injected). He built off my first lesson and I taxi'd, took off (he controlled radio), did power off stalls, and I did a landing (he helped, said he did 40%). Overall I didn't like him as much as he was fidgeting and constantly hovering over controls. But, good 1.0 hour logged in really bumpy air. Side note, I got queezy! I'm sure it's nerves from him and the new work I was doing, but wow it was there. 2. Had 3rd lesson with original CFI and was reminded I like this guy even though he's new to CFI. I taxi'd, took off, we did ground reference maneuvers, flew to small non-towered airport and I did pattern work, which was A LOT remembering to use radio, set speeds/altitude, and flaps, I wasn't great but got it right some of the time. I did 4 landings with some assistance, and one he asked my opinion and I called it off for a go around and he was very pleased I chose that. I'm learning sight picture, AIRPSEED!! and I love it. We even dabbled in VOR which I picked up on really quick. 3. I told him I want to learn charts/manual way old school first, BUT I'm leaning toward andoird tablet with fltplan go as opposed to FF with ipad. I'd have to buy ipad. Is fltpln go okay for VFR and using for flt plans and flt tracking verifying VFR? Or is FF just the bees knees and worth it?