Purdue and U of Michigan students listen up!
Alright, I'm in a little of a predicament (is that spelled right?). I've exasperated all the CAD resources that my school has to offer and next year I plan to head off to the local community college to take some more CAD courses. The thing is, I have the choice betweening learning Mechanical Desktop or Pro-engineer. I know that our platinum sponsor (X-Rite) has Pro-engineer and it's pretty cool, but at $20,000 a seat I don't think I'll get much out of school use for it. As opposed to Mech. Desktop which I have at my school, so I can use it there.
So here's the deal, I'm almost 100% sure that after next year I'll be enrolling in either U of Mich or Purdue. I have no idea what CAD system they generally use. I think I heard someone say that U of M uses IDEAS, but that doesn't help me much.
Of course even if you don't/haven't gone to these schools, all suggestions are welcome.