Thanks for the supportive reply Paul. I’m glad to hear you voice your take on the two guys I just dealt with. It concisely explains why they were no good for me. I can see it so clearly in hindsight but get hindered in the moment by unrealistic expectations and associated emotions. I decided to move to Rochester because I have two good friends there (no close friends in CT). I lived there for 7 years a while back. . Unemployment was high, there wasn’t a thriving city center. When I first talked to my agent, I jokingly said “well I’ve lived here before so I know it’s kinda the opposite of charming. It’s not going to win any best places to live awards”. And then he told me one mag did have it on their list. Another big reason to move is the Eastman School. I’d be living near a premiere music school, which means easy access to great violin teachers, lots of choices to perform and see great performances by great players. It will be a rediscovery of something I love dearly. I’d love to tell you how the changes are going. It’s nice to be able to share and know someone is listening and sharing insights. Thanks!