I've been really considering it quite seriously for the past few weeks.. Mostly because my girlfriend is going to go to the Alberta College of Arts and Design.. it's a highly respected school, and their photography program is supposed to be excellent. Apparently it's concentrated towards advertisement photography, which I think would be really fun as well. I'm starting to take photog. very seriously, and really can't think of anything better for homework than "Go take a picture of something that interests you in an alley" (An actual homework assignment I read about). I really can't think of anything I'd rather do. I think the only thing holding me back is how worth it it will be in the future. Is there really a demand for photographers in the industry? Or will I just be a better wedding photographer than I was before I dropped thousands into a real education? The things I most would like to find out are whether the possibility of landing an enjoyable job are high (incl. in the job is pay, which may be a problem, can't imagine many people make a very successful living with photography) and whether spending thousands and spending years at this school would be worth it. ACAD is known as the second best fine arts school in Canada, so there are no questions about the quality of instruction.