I fly 135 cargo in a crew environment. Im not leaving till I have my 1000 tpic and meet the mins for the places I want to go. LOTS of guys have gone from my company to Delta, FedEx, UPS, Northwest, Emirates, etc. I have heard from many many interviewers that it's what differentiates you from the other guys that will guarantee setting you apart in the interview and making you shine. It truly does not matter if you are 135 single pilot, 135 crew, 121 or part 91 corporate job. Everyone is checking the same boxes on the applications and meeting the requirements. If the interviewer finds something he has in common with you whether you have flown the same airplanes (which is a good possibility, esp if you are flying an older airplane that was a commuter 10-15 years ago), went to the same college, live in the same town, enjoy doing some of the same things and know the same people. It all comes down to how personable you are and who you know in some cases. I can almost guarantee when everyone starts hiring again, everyone will not only have the mins, but they will have the "competitive" mins to keep them in the same playing field as everyone else interviewing no matter your background. So keep flying your CRJ's, Metros, Citations, Lears, Jetstreams, Convairs, Falcons, Shorts, 1900's or whatever and dont let someone say the airplane you fly wont count because in the end they all qualify as ME Turbine and each one of us is working hard and towards the same goal.