Maryland is an awesome school, with tons of new technology. The sim lab is incredible. But, does new technology really make a more competent dentist? Is the quality of the sim lab something to consider when choosing a dental school or does it not even matter? I personally feel that having my own personal monitor at my station in the sim lab, showing me exactly how to do the procedure would be far more helpful than having one instructor try to each the entire class. Do you agree? I guess my question is, is the sim lab an important part of dental education and should the quality, or lack thereof, determine choice of dental school?