Slow to start but once the machines got going it was pretty busy and time seemed to go by fairly quick. I learned all about the different door skins and that not all doors are the same in construction. How to spot defects fairly quickly and how to fix the minor ones. The management however was lacking and you had to go search them out, thus leaving your station, when you really needed them. They talk about giving the customer quality doors but seemed more interested in quantity. I would say the hardest part was listening to other workers complain about how much they were being pushed oh and having to push loads by yourself that should be a two man job. The most enjoyable part for me was the exercise I got from all the heavy lifting and constant moving also most of the people I worked with were awesome and I truly am going to miss seeing them at work.