Hi OPD and Sazi, and all other residents and or attendings: I have a question, when I've rotated through a lot of different psych hospitals or when I was a nursing on the floors, I would notice that certain physicians tend to use the same meds over and over - ie some will prefer geodon to zyprexa, while others will use a lot of lexapro as opposed to zoloft - and I don't mean this in the "throw everyone on the same med deal" I mean in the initial treatment of d/o. Is this the standard type of practice? ie do we tend to get comfortable with certain meds and then choose to keep using them - and is this a good or bad thing. When I was seriously considerng CARDS as a specialty - I noticed the same thing during my electives there as well - so this is not specialty specific. But I am curious as to know what you all think about whether its good to mix em up a bit, or better to stay with what we know. Thanks!