What has been the most interesting to me is the approachability, honesty, and humility that comes from the facilitators, Lee and David. I have been very impressed with being able to ask them any questions, being able to say “I’ve done this and it hasn’t worked well” and they’ve said “You know what, I’ve done that and it didn’t work well, and this is what I would do differently today.” I believe that the concepts that we learn in a lecture really get cemented in our brains really well when we get to see it in action. That’s what’s been really unique about this format. For me, a take home tip from someone who places implants in my practice, just the accuracy and predictability of where tissue is going to be based on the position of the implant. I have a much clearer idea of the outcome I’m going to get based on the position of where the implant is. So I have more clarity today on how the restorative aspects and t he restorative outcome I’m going to have is going to be more predictable based upon where the implant is in the bone.