I wanted to make an update on this thread so anyone reading can see how it all ended. After resigning and making this thread, I started applying right away to other airlines. I went with the advice of being honest, but I think that hurt when I filled my applications. "Reason for leaving: Resigned. Didn't complete IOE" This got me rejection letters from Endeavor and Skywest. On my phone interview with Piedmont, I had a chance to explain myself, but they wrote me back saying they weren't going to continue. I was very discouraged. I know I could make it work, and I felt more ready than I did at my first company. I know airlines are hiring just about everyone right now, so when I, an ATP holding candidate with no fails or accidents gets turned down, it felt like I was being treated like a criminal. I changed a couple things on my application to Horizon, and interviewed with them last week. The first thing I had to answer was why I resigned, but I explained what I could have done differently, and how I'll make it work if they gave me a second chance. I don't think I did great, but I'm happy they were sympathetic to my situation. The pilot interviewing me seemed to understand, and at the end of the day, I was offered a job! I am very relieved to have all that behind me. I am from Oregon, so a job at this airline will be a good fit. Thanks everyone for the contributions after my first post. This thread also evolved into a helpful way to descend in an E175. I'll be in the Q400 at QX, which I think is a sweet plane, and I'm taking my time now to learn it. Any advice on that will be great to read here too! Also, if anyone finds themselves in a similar situation that I was in, feel free to send me a message. I learned a lot in the last few weeks, and I would be happy to help if I can!