The previous gouges are pretty accurate if you've researched them anywhere. The short version is sim ride in a Bonanza with an HSI, steep turns then the VOR/DME 24 HKY. The longer version is as follows: Upon initial contact Sheika Wimbley will e-mail about 10 attachments to be completed prior to the actual interview. Meeting Ms. Wimbley is informal to cover the paperwork to ensure it is filled out correctly (read the instructions!) and she is very cordial. I first met with Paul Simpson, the Chief Pilot for the sim ride. With the cold weather the sim room is freezing and I waited for a while for him to return. No worries though - it gives you some time to review the set up and apch plate. When he returned he, as previously mentioned, points out where all your knobs are and what to pay attenetion to. The sim is in the Bonanza with an HSI. Climb to 3000, turn hdg 030 then steep turns. Sim is really sensitive (that's an understatement) where as I wasn't even touching the control column and it was banking side to side with the turbulence turned off. After steep turns he repositioned the a/c at 4000 feet 6 miles west of the Barretts Mtn. VOR with the scenerio that you have lost radar contact to report BZM inbound (ie, fly the whole procedure for VOR/DME 24). For this portion the wind is set at 270 @ 8 kts, light turbulence. ID the VOR, fly to it, then as publised with the procedure turn and associated course changes and step down fixes. Because of the sensitivity of the sim, I woudn't say it was my finest flying (+/- 75 feet, +/- 5 HDG) but procedurally it was good and I think that outweighed the PIO. Manager of Flt Ops, Tom Hardy is a good guy and tries to tell it as it is. He went over the structure for floater pilots vs. fixed base and bene's. All in all if you maintain a positive attitude and come across as a quasi-personable person, you'll probably be okay in his eyes. There were very few technical questions, actually none that I can think of. Now here's the rub. I went in looking at the C208 cptn. position which pays about $33k, but they will not hire a street captn for the 'van unless you have previous 135 time. So basically in order to get to the 'van I'm going to have to FO in the ATR for a year then bid for the 'van. Kinda sucks since the pay difference is huge between the two positions. They offered me an informal position in the ATR out of MEM for the Jan 08 class or Mar 08. Training is paid $50 a day. One week in NC then off to Houston for 4 weeks, then one week back in NC. Off to your base then 2 weeks of IOE. After that your pay / agreement begin effect.