There has been discussion that radiology offers a great "lifestyle" but I wonder how this translates into career satisfaction. This may seem like a simple question, but there have been studies showing significant career disatisfaction of radiologists in the 90's. I haven't been able to find any more recent statistics. Since radiology is a fairly competetive field, it would be a shame to bust your ass to become a radiologist and wind up regretting your decision 15 years down the line. On a scale from 1-10 where 10 would be the absolute perfect job, how do you think most radiologists would rate thier current status?