OK...while you guys (and gals) are busy switching majors back and forth and forth and back.... who is footing the bills? When I went to University there wasn't enough money to afford a "wrong decision"; fortunately I had aquired a 1st year college "equivalent" in high school but I was still forced to go to a school that afforded a co-op program so that I could "put myself" through. The only "decision" I had to make was when I decided to enter the mechanical department after 1st year rather than electrical (based on a newly-discovered abhorence for "imaginary numbers"... those of you who have tried to figure out the square root of "i^2-1" know what I mean). Mind you, I did not have to agonize over "music vs a day job".... I had NO thoughts about music "back then"... the "decision" simply didn't exist for me. LOL... and you know what engineering students are like! (There is this little ditty about "Ball and chain, ball and chain, flush the artsman down the drain......"). But seriously... I have to really wonder about the apparent ability of some people to become "perpetual students"... who in the world PAYS for it?