I started off some years ago programming in Perl and then switched to PHP (not on purpose really). Of course HTML/CSS/JS/SQL are "par for the course" in my business, which is making small to medium sized sites for individuals, small businesses and NPOs. I then fell into Drupal (not on purpose again) and have been working with that for maybe 2 years. Before that I did a half a year with CakePHP. I am getting mildly tired of Drupal. One reason is that I just learned about the upgrade and EOL issue (Drupal 5 will be EOL'd later this year meaning no more security updates. I didn't realize that when I built over a dozen sites with it in the past year or so). Second is that Drupal is a lot about configuration and using available module code and less about just programming. I miss programming. I studied it in University and I like it but I don't do *so* much of it now. :( Could also just be that I am getting burned out of the same (Drupal) project I have been working on for almost a year. :) I was thinking of trying to switch back to CakePHP b/c the work there is inherently mostly just coding. But a friend said to me that, in his experience, the market is 3 to 1 in favor of requests for Drupal work than Cake work. I would also consider Ruby on Rails I suppose, but there would be more of a learning curve there. Anyway, I'm just wondering what people think--I *may* be ready for a change. :) Thanks.