Went up to Bowling Green on the friday, had a couple hours ground school on multi-engine aerodynamics and such. Couldn't actually fly because it was pretty cold and then only heaters we could find wouldn't stay lit for long enough to warm the engines. Came back the next day and got a couple hours training in but then lost all braking on the left side and had to stop for the day. At this point I was starting to get a little concerned since I had about 2 hours training and my checkride was in two days. When I got to the airport the next morning ATP had another airplane waiting for me, and we went up and did three flights, each one about 1.5-2 hours long. I was pretty burnt out by the end but felt prepared for the checkride. Passed the checkride the next day with no problems. I was very impressed with the quality of instruction I received...it was pretty intense but effective. The training was laid out very efficiently and the airplanes were in great shape. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to get a multi add on. It was $1595 and I got 7.4 hours dual and the use of the airplane for the checkride. A little under the 8.5 they promise on the website, but no complaints from me.