Hi I have an opportunity with Brown and Brown on the P&C side. They have a base of $40K, but I understand that the base comes with strings. 1. How is Brown and Brown as far as treating agents, residuals, etc.? 2. Can I keep a book with them or is it 2 years and then they let me go after I build a book? 3. Can I sell L&H (for lets say mutal of omaha) on the side if I work for them? 4. What is their reputation for the "non-compete" agreement ( I have heard some agents are not happy, but a lot of people are unhappy at a lot of firms). I know a lot of firms have a tough non-compete on the P&C side, especialy with a salary? 5. Would I be better off going with a Mutual of Omaha on the L&H side, go and to another independant firm on the P&C side (building a book) or going with a salaried position at Brown and Brown? Thank you for your help.