Oh was MEPS an experience. I got there at 0800, was told my briefing would being at 0930 (most of the enlisted had to be there at 0500) Sat around for 1.5 hours wasting time and getting my phone confiscated. I filled out some paper work and then waited for about 15minutes to take a urine test. Then waited more to get my blood drawn. Waited more and got my physical and ortho/neuro test (which was really fun being felt up by a doctor who was about 90 yrs old), waited more to get my hearing done, and waited more and got my vision checked. CMO thought I had some sort of serious problem b/c my right eye has a -3.25 astigmatistm and my left eye is 20/20. So I had to walk 4 blocks to a "specialist" to get a manifest refraction check up and get checked out. waited there for over an hour and came back and all is well. Sat around a little, read some ESPN and SI mags and then finally got my paperwork to take to the liason. It was nice being 1 of 2 officer candidates there I was treated a little nicer than the other enlisted guys mostly of whom were 18 with the exception of a few oldies. I got out around 1400 whereas I was "supposed" to be out by 1100. Oh well. It's done and It's over. If you don't have any crazy problems, you could probably expect to be out by 1200 latest. Thought I'd share my experience and maybe you guys will know what to expect.