How will the encroachment of optoms on general ophthalmology affect subspecialities and their push for accreditation? Is it a way to protect yourself? Many residents subspecialize b/c they enjoy a subject, but some do it to get the surgical experience they didn't get in residency. If you graduate from a strong program and feel confident to do a wide range of surgeries (and don't wish to concentrate on an area at the expense of forgetting everything else), should you do a fellowship as insurance? To "buff" your CV? Thoughts?