Ranging from those who are starting on July 1st (like me) to those who have practiced for a few years to those that have practiced for a decade. All anyone could talk about was ACA and it wasn't good. The more experienced doctors were already making plans to leave medicine. I heard comments along the line of "this is the end of medicine." "The system is going to implode." "You will basically be working for peanuts in an environment that is going to be rife with litigation and no shields." "Your only hope is for Romney to win and get rid of this monstrosity, otherwise you should leave now." Actually, I didn't hear any of this. I didn't hear anything good or bad about the ACA. Most people seemed unconcerned. I believe they are unconcerned because no one knows what the true effect* of ACA is going to be. I had a good laugh at my local conservative talker guy trying to articulate what he thought this would do to patient care. He sounded like an idiot, because the things he was saying made absolutely no sense to someone familiar with patient care. ACA could indeed be disastrous policy. It could also be great policy. I just don't know. And I don't think you, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, or Ed Schultz do either. *Meaning the effect on health care delivery in this country and not the effect on individual tax payers in regard to cost.