So I simmed the first 2 season of a dynasty on SLOW coach progression. Here are the simmed results after 2 years and the HC/OC/DC pts that i received. Year 1: 6 pts HC, 3 pts each OC/DC Year 2: 3 pts HC (9 career), 1 pt each OC/DC (4 each total for career) so if you assume that from year 3+ you gain no more than 2 pts for your HC and no more than 1 pt for each OC/DC (b/c the xp required per level increase every year)...you're looking at year 8-9 roughly in the dynasty just to GET to unlock the top tier of ONE coach tree (need level 20 just to get to the top teir). And that is WITHOUT even putting one point into the other head coach tree. It looks like it would take at least 20+ season to max out your head coach points. Year 3: HC 11 pts, OC/DC 5 pts Year 4: HC 13 pts, OC/DC 6 pts Year 5: HC 15 pts, OC/DC 7 pts Year 6: HC 17 pts, OC/DC 8 pts Year 7: HC 19 pts, OC/DC 9 pts Year 8: HC 20-21 pts, OC/DC 10 pts ------- This is the time it would take to get to the top of 1 HC tier and to the 3rd (out of 4) DC/OC tiers! And remember, this is having no points in the other HC tier. So if you wanted to put pts in both game mngmt AND recruiting, you'd be lucky to get to the 3rd tier in either tree. Also remember, each tree has 27 total spaces for pts, so you are bypassing other talents in just that 1 tree to reach the top by the time the OD will likely be slowing down. B/c experience points do no increase per year for achieving things in the game, but the points needed for each level DOES increase, i think my assumption of 2 HC points per year is generous. I'm not sure what the longest dynasty you guys have been in has been, but don't dynasties usually start dying out around ~10 seasons? It seems like we wouldn't even be able to barely touch the top tier in ONE HC tree if we stopped after 10 seasons. Thoughts? jello1717 i know you were simming with normal progression and said you got 10 pts HC in year 1. Assuming that you half that in year 2 and then you get 2-3 pts per year after that, it roughly cuts down on the time to get to the top of the tiers in half.