I've bitched about it before, about the project manager and his totally back-asswards way of running the project (literally like driving by looking in the rearview mirror and trying to guess where the road is going), about not having enough (or any) design control over the product, about the fact that everybody including the customer is pissed off at the PM not just about the project but also about the way he interacts with people in general. So there's no need to go through all that again. Well, this morning I got an email from my boss (also the PM's boss), forwarded from the customer, mentioning a "transition" of some sort and asking for information about how we do what we do, because another company is interested to know, and it will make things much easier if our processes are compatible with theirs. This will not end well. At least I can say I did everything I knew how to do, and learned a few things I didn't know how to do, and everything I worked on came out exactly the way the customer wanted it to, at least until other people working on the project got their hands on it. And to think I got my ass busted repeatedly by my old boss for not getting along with the PM, and for taking the attitude that I make the product for the customer, not for him. Turns out I might've been right all along.