I just started back into flying, and I'm working on my comm. I'm using two instructors that work together as a team. It was going very well, until something they started saying kind of got me worrying. We were talking about checkride prep, and they said "Yeah man, we sit in on all his (the examiners) rides, and we've written down every question he asks, so we know exactly what questions he'll ask you, and exactly what your flight will be." This kind of got me worried, because I'm going to be doing my CFI right after my comm. and I'm going to have a career in aviation. What good will it do me, to have a breeze checkride where I already know the next question before he even asks me? I know my CFI ride won't be that easy, and when I get hired as a corporate/airline/whatever pilot, I know my training won't be that easy. Do I have a valid cause to worry? Am I stupid for not wanting to "just get the ticket signed" or just have the easy way through? My option is to go ahead and start flying with the guy I'm doing my CFI with. He's been instructing for like 30 years, and is one of the toughest instructors around here. He has a 90% pass rate for CFI candidates with the feds, where the overall pass rate at OKC is like 10%. Well, to stop my rambling, I guess my question quotes a song... "Should I stay, or should I go?"