As in, prefer switching shifts *forward* to doing the same shift seven days in a row, etc. I haven't met anyone that thinks this way, and that worries me (am I OCD?) I know switching from nights back to days is rough, but that adjustment probably doesn't happen more often than once a week, right? I am always sleep deprived...it seems like this may be the only way out of it...the ability to sleep in every couple of days when you switch from morning shifts to mid-day shifts, mid-day to night shifts, etc...It is much easier for me to stay awake late and wake up later than to stick to a normal schedule. Anyone else feel this way? I haven't met anybody that *prefers* circadian shift progression, (which really worries me) and I wonder why, since I'm looking at this (doing circadian shift progression) as a way to *save* myself from a life of miserable fatigue. BTW, I have a friend that's a day trader in hawaii/california, and another who does computer programming as a consultant...they *never* wake up via alarm clock, and work when they want to to me, that's seems tre joyous.