Zack, I know you may be at the point where you don’t need these reviews as much as before, but I’ve been listening long enough that I feel really compelled to leave my comment. I am a current 4th year medical students from University of Rochester. Listening to the episodes from beginning till now gave me a sense of how much effort you have put in the content and even pieces of your life while you were preparing them. To me, not only do these episodes euipped me with the necessary knowledge base for my rotation, but they also prepared me in so many real life ways that my medical school lectures never really got into, which are essential for my performance and learning in the emergency department setting, which is also what I think the most valuable aspect of the show. I can vaguely guestimate the time you spent brainstorming, writing and rehearsing each episode, every 10 min episode probably has hours of your time invested in them. I have listened to some of the more recent episodes, and am aware of the hard decisions you have been making. I just wanna say, as one of the many medical students who benefitted from your teaching since 2016, I am eternally thankful, and fully supportive of whatever decision you need to make. I am sure my fellow students would all agree with me that we want you to have full happiness and joy in both personal life and career, same as what you’ve always wished for us. To us, your wellness is a much higher priority than educating us, and you should prioritize similarly : ). And to be honest, I think you have already done enough for us, I personally believe these episodes can for sure sustantially accelerate a medical student’s maturation into resident, and still be effective for years into residency. Thank you again for the awesome education Zack and best of luck, I will always be grateful.