I'm trying to decide between Penn and Stony Brook. I keep choosing one in my head and deciding thats were I'm going, but then doubting myself as soon as I do and leaning toward the other. Stony Brook still is about 10 g's cheaper per year than Penn, even with the scholarship. I think I'm leaning toward Stony Brook, but would I be stupid to pass up Penn at half-tuition? I really like that you get your own chair 3rd and 4th year at Stony, while from what I've heard you have to "fight" for a chair at Penn. I also think I'd like a smaller setting than 120 students, but 30 something is a bit too small. Some people have alluded that Stony is lacking didactically, is that true? Would I get a better education at Penn? I don't want to go to Penn just for the name, but if it helps me be a better dentist I definitly do. I'm not sure if I want to specialize yet, but if I do I think I want to do prosth, which means I need a good amount of clinical background. I'd appreciate any input, thanks!!