I received an email from Great Lakes saying call to set up an interview. Just a little background on myself. I have 1600TT 250 multi and about 50 turbine sic. I flew for Comair and was furloughed after finishing IOE. I'm about four numbers from the bottom of Comair's senority list, so I'm not too hopeful for a call back any time soon. I am back to flight instructing now, however in this economy there aren't any students to instruct. I have read all the past threads on Great Lakes on this site and other websites. One thing that concerns me about Lakes is the high washout rate. I have read in past threads that in some classes it is up to a 70% washout rate. I have also read that training is not that bad and most people have been making it through training. Can any Lakers chime in on the training, and how recent classes have been doing? I am confident in my flying abilities, but when you hear of such a high number of washouts it becomes something to think about. Another question I was hoping some Lakers could comment on was Frontier being in bankrupcy. In my research I could not find how much flying Lakes does for Frontier. How much of and impact would it be on Lakes if this flying is taken away? It seems to me that Lakes is somewhat of a gamble. For some people that went there and washout of training that could affect them the rest of their career. However, I have read many Ex-Lakers say it was the best career move they made because of the fast TPIC. Any comments on Lakes training and the best crystal ball guess on the future of Lakes would be appreciated, especially from current and former Lakers. Thanks!