Hello all,I have been looking at this forum for quite sometime now and finally decided to just sign up. Unfortunately, I failed my series 7 the first time I took it back in October. As I am sure you are all aware had to wait the 30 days to re-open my window and sign up to take the exam again. Saturday, 11/5 was the day i was able to register. I was not able to find availability at ANY of the testing centers along the entire East Coast. I say East Coast because I was advised by many people to take this test anywhere I could before the changes go into effect on 11/7 (Today). I have 2 addendums from two different testing companies containing additions and changes to rules, regulations, securities, formulas etc. However, I did not spend much time looking at these because I anticipated on writing this exam before 11/7. I avoided them because I briefly read through the information and was sure it would just make me confused as there are quite a number of changes and additions.I have been contacting instructors from numerous test prep companies to try and get some feedback/advice on what the changes will be. I have heard from some that the test will be harder and much different and I have also heard that it will be easier. One congruent message from all was that they "think" the questions will be geared more towards customer suitibility. Also, a common answer I've heard from series 7 gurus is "I don't know". I completely understand that FINRA is obviosuly keeping the details confidential, but I am quite surprised that before today (11/7) there hasn't been more discussion about this on the internet. I am consistently getting 80's on tests from Empire and STC covering the "old" material, but am very concerned about the uncertainty of the new exam being that I have already failed once. My firm is very understanding about this and is not pushing me to take this exam ASAP, but waiting another 2 weeks or so is probably not going to go over too well with them AND I want to get this nonsense out of the way already!If you have taken the new exam yet, could you please respond with some of your feedback? Also, I would love to talk to other people who are in this situation as well. I look forward to hearing from everyone and wish you the best of luck on your awful, mundane, dreadful study hours followed by a Series 7 license!!