Here's the deal. There's nothing I've ran across so far in my 11 years of working with computers that I haven't been able to at least figure out. I've setup some fairly complex networks from scratch, configured different types of servers as well as an unfathomable amount of stuff with standard workstations. I have one problem though... computers are all that I can do. [EDIT] I take that back, I am pretty good with firearms and have some pretty crazy game console modding skills, but neither or those are very useful in the job market. My grades are teh suxx0r. I've phailed 3 classes on an epic scale and had to drop 3 or 4 more. It's looking like this semester I'm either going to fail or have to drop another 2 classes, one of which I've already previously failed. My GPA is about 2.2, but it's declined every semester I've taken (6 so far). It's looking like I might not even make it to graduation because all the classes I have left are so dang hard. So here's my question, I already have a good job right now as a Network/Systems Administrator so I'm not worried so much about getting one now, but if something happens and the building explodes or we otherwise shut down, if I have to go look for another job do you guys think that my 11 years of extensive experience will make up for my severely sucky college career? Yay for modding Xboxes!