Did mine at Simtech during the middle of last year. Have no complaints at all. The facilities there are top notch but you might want to bring your own lunch as I believe the sandwich van that calls round is a bit pricey. The first three days are supposed to be in the classroom but because the sim was free on the third day, we got out of the classroom after only two days. The sim is just fine. It fixed base so you don't have the motion to distract you from the task at hand, which is communicating, not flying. All of the instructors have thousands and thousands of hours of experience and the majority still fly with major airlines. The price was more than other training organisations but you'll do 28hrs in the sim (if you include the JOC) which I believe is more than you do elsewhere. Plus, they pay for your flights to Dublin, your accommodation and transport to and from the facility.