Well, I was 6 months along when I walked out of the "pro-VBAC" OB's office and never came back. She was talking induction, and her face froze when I told her that I would not submit myself to induction, especially on a VBAC, except in circumstances so dire as to make repeat section likely, and then I might consider it dire enough to just accept another section, but I was not being induced short of a *really* dire scenario. She expected me to just go along with whatever she said I guess, and it surprised her when I told her my terms, and let her take it or leave it. But when I saw her face freeze like that, and knew I was in the "bad patient penalty box" for asserting my right to my own decisions, I knew there was no way things were going to go well.
I couldn't shake the bad feeling, so I decided I would homebirth with or without an attendant, and suddenly felt much better. So I hired a homebirth midwife who had numerous VBACs under her belt over the years, and she said they were no different from any other vaginal birth so long as the labor wasn't messed with... so there we went.www.ican-online.org
has resources to help you find which hospitals, etc women have had good or bad VBAC experiences at, and how hard it is to have a successful VBAC in a hospital depends on where you live too, sadly.
Most agree that the best chance for successful VBAC is HBAC, but if you can't consider that, at least you can find out through ICAN where the best VBAC places are near you. Good luck!