Ok, mycomputercareer.com, I've done google search after google search, and I find just as many "people" saying it's a scam as people saying those people are just whiney kids they want everything handed to them. I went about a year ago to a little admissions presentation and it sounded great. Everything they said seemed pretty logical, especially to someone that doesn't know jack about the IT field. I mean I know computers pretty good, for someone with no formal training on them, but not the IT field. My biggest problem in researching this company is that all the blogs and stuff I can find, anyone can just sign up and post what they want, so if I'm a PR person for them I'm going to do a google search, see a bad rep and then post my own good rep to back up the school. So I figured I'd post on the reputable GT site and see what kind of responses I get. I've seen quite a few folks saying they work in the IT field so hopefully they'll have some more input and a post count that can convince me this post wasn't found after a google search and an account created by some PR person working for MyCC. In my research I've found that all the certs are actual certs, I've seen no one complain about actually earning the certs, just the problem of finding a job afterwards with the certs they recieve. There are no complaints on the BBB website. However its been said that the owner of MyCC had a previous company under a different name that went under. Haven't been able to find that company name. Then again I'm not much of a googler. The part that is the scariest is the price tag, $15,000 for the 3 month course with 4 certs and like $25,000 for the 6 month course. They've added a 3rd program with 2 more certs and they've added an additional cert to each of the other programs since I went to the admissions presentation. So the cost/time may have gone up. They provide a guarantee that you can take the cert tests until you pass (allegedly each taking of these tests costs upwards of $200 if you do on your own), they give you a computer, the books, and the equipment to get the certs and understand what your doing. So any opinions from the experts on GT?