Happy New Year all, Been lurking on the PoA forums for a while; made an account to ask this. BLUF: Student Pilot, reported that I took Abilify, no diagnosis, Class III medical got denied, now ready and wanting to transition off the Rx and see about getting an SI and clearing everything up to finish training and get my wings (an intense long-time dream). More detailed version: Started my PPL instruction back in 2020, and it was during that time that I had started taking a very low dose of generic Abilify (5mg) to deal with moodiness during a very stressful time in my life. Never visited a psych to get a diagnosis, but my PCP wrote a Rx after some discussion between him, me, and my wife. Reported the med on my class III medical paperwork, which (surprise!) eventually came back denied. So I sent my cert back to OKC and grounded myself. By that time, however, I had racked up a number of hours and was just about to solo (actually got the FAA notice the week before my first solo) so I was super bummed out. I mean, I coouldn't even go Sport since there was a record now. Nowadays, some time has passed, and the dream to get in the air has not left my heart. My wife and I both agree that transitioning off my Rx is a definitely reasonable move now (remember, health first!). What can expect with the SI process if I transition off the med, do the 60-day minimum for Path I, work with my AME, etc.? How much of a hassle is the FAA gonna make this (I assume a big hassle)? Should I expect to get told to do some tests and/or see a HIMS AME? What are your best guesses at the likelihood of getting a successful SI issued? PS- to be vulnerable here, I just feel incredibly frustrated with the FAA. Despite being a young and healthy man who is well enough to be an Infantry officer in the National Guard, balance a civilian career, raise a family, and successfully handle aircraft to the point where my CFI is saying I'm good to solo... yet the FAA is like "you are NOT safe to fly!" ugh. I come from an aviation family, grew up a short drive from Oshkosh... this is all so disheartening, but I am willing to put in the time/money/effort to go through every hoop I need to - resilience!