Its been while, but let see if I can recollect my experience. It started with a simple phone interview, driving record and incidents or violations, that type of thing. I received an application packet a few days later and filled it out. I had to supply a 10 year work history with no gaps greater than 30 days and a 5 year residence history. The rest of the application was pretty straight forward. Once I sent the application in, I received a call about 2 weeks later for an interview. I was sent a letter with a S3 priority pass for space available travel to Atlanta. I came the day before and stayed at the Red Roof Inn across from flightsafety and the ASA building. Day 1 Sim eval in the CRJ 200 level D with motion. Met with an instructor who reviewed log books and checked certificates. He went over the basic profile and answered any question we had. We went in 3 at a time. 2 candidates up front, one in the jumpseat and rotated one at a time. The profile was basically as follows. Take off from TLH 250 knots up to 5000. Did a couple turns at 30 degrees. Cleared direct to Seminole VOR and then given a radial to intercept. Again cleared direct to The VOR and given a hold. Teardrop entry and remembered to slow to 200 3 minutes out. Entered the hold and then got vectors to the ILS. All raw data, no autopilot or Flight Director. The ILS is graded and is probably the most important part aside from your attitude. The CRJ sim is roll and pitch sensitive and requires constant trimming. THE glass panel is pretty simple to scan, use the trend vector on the airspeed tape to see where your airspeed is going to be in 10 seconds. Treat it like an airplane and it will behave as one, simple. At the end of day one, you call a number to see if you are selected for day 2. Day 2 Basic airline interview. Had a company video, asked some questions and then went for finger printing and drug testing. After that I took a 25 question written with ATP type questions. The one on one interview was with a captain. Pretty straight forward, looking for a good attitude and a strong background in instrument knowledge. Reviewed en route charts and approach plates as well as an airport diagram. Given a few scenario type questions involving weather and asking for a go or no go decision. THE HR question were pretty much what I expected, strengths, weakness, what would this reference say about you, that type of thing. I left the interview with a very positive feeling and was confident that I was hired. The employees were all great and made you feel really welcome and relaxed. It was a great experience. I started class a few months later due to a hold up with my DOJ approval but made it through just recently. A great company with an awesome training program.