K7JOE / Joe: Amen!!! I've been involved with TOO MANY 501(c)3's that didn't have term limits. It got to the point where, if you wanted to offer input or discuss a decision, the person(s) responsible would take it personally. And, of course, they'd say "If you could do better, do it!" But they'd NEVER LET SOMEBODY ELSE DO IT. A lot of 501(c)3's have a policy: a period to observe / learn; a period to do; and a period to guide / teach. And YOU'RE OUT! For the League, I think a 1-2-1 year or, at most, a 2-2-2 year program would be appropriate. After all, sooner or later, the directors are ready to go on to badder --- er, better --- things.