I am wondering how the posters here feel about healthcare. Do you think: 1) The current system is fine - no need to try to fix what isn't broken. 2) The current system is fine, but a few minor tweaks may be in order. 3) The current system is OK, but we need to make some significant improvements. 4) The current system has major flaws that require major fixes. 5) The current system is totally shot - we should throw it out and start all over with a entirely new set of goals and an entirely different system. 6) Some other viewpoint (please explain) and furthermore, what elements are the most important to you: A) Cost B) Availability of care C) Quality of care D) Portability and continuous coverage E) Preventative care And finally, are there other aspects of the issue not addressed above that you think are vital parts of a successful healthcare program? In the spirit of full disclosure, may answers are: 3) The current system is OK, but we need to make some significant improvements. And while I think A-E are ALL important I rank them in this order: B, C, A, E, D.