I have been following these post CWA/IAM vote threads with great interest. We still have a few that are popping off from the privacy of thier home keyboards , with comments about We tried to shut it down and the alike. Thankfully to God..or whatever higher power you happen to subscribe too? , people like this are in the distancing minority. I for one was about 100% certain that the IAM contract concessions , were not going to fly. I tried to sway as many No''s to Yes''s as possible...because I''m where I always wanted to be...and it''s worth fighting for. My concerns about the IAM vote was based on gauging peoples remarks and attitudes at work. Thankfully the Bite was much less than the Bark in the final results. The positive thing I have noted of late is this....Even the most previously Diehard No Voters have put thier discord behind them. Most have realized that they would rather stick with what they know....rather than face the harsh reality of an un-certain job market. Those that have pounded the swords into plowshares...and have knuckled down to the task at hand , are to be commended!! Stating your views is not a crime..nor is casting an opposing vote . The only sad part is those that claim to be slowing down...or still so deeply angered with the end result , that they refuse to perform up to thier previous levels. This is thankfully very very isolated at best. The awareness of circumstance...and the maturity to see this through, speaks well of the USAirways family. We may not always agree?...We may not always like the hand we are dealt?.....but sticking around and playing the hand is what it''s all about. Let''s hope that we can live up to the promise that many new prospective investors see in us. Here''s to a better and brighter future.