I thought that this project seemed pretty daunting when we first began it a few weeks ago, but in the end I was satisfied by what we were able to do. Initially, it took some time to nail down a topic that leant itself well to a documentary, given that we would have to do something that went beyond just textual sources. Then came the problem of finding people who were willing to give interviews. It was really through luck that we were able to interview Mr. Brewer, and that interview ended up being vital to the overall credibility of the documantary. Lastly, the technical side of this project was somewhat difficult to grasp, as our intitial attempt at using iMovie was not successful. Also, the audio needed to be adjusted so that it was consistent throughout the documentary. All that being said, there was never a time when the project was actually in danger of failing. Film making may have been a new concept for all of us, but there always seemed to be easy solutions or potential alternatives to pursue. I think that our film did a good job of combining both textual sources and interviews to give a clear depiction of the trouble that the postal service faces.