Hey guys, Just wondering people's thoughts. My best friend is trying to make up his match list right now. He has interviewed at all the big name places, he's fretting over the possibility of a dismal future in something he really loves and this is my take on the whole " Oh my god, the future of CT surgery is over..... should I go to a big name place to ensure my future career options" NONSENSE! Go where you will be happy! And this is why I say this. There are about half of the applicants this year for the available spots. What that means is that in a couple of decades, there is going to be a shortage. Just purely from a supply and demand point of view- Things are going to swing back to a much better position for CT surgeons. There won't be enough of them. The demand will go up and the tragic stories you hear about CT surgeons eating ramen noodles to stay alive will be a thing of the past. Accompanied by the fact that I think that things will get so damn good in terms of minimally invasiveness (proper term?--I am drinking wine right now) the future is really promising. What do y'all think? Do you agree?