I'd agree you have plenty of time!
My last baby was frank breech at 36 weeks. I tried everything on spinning babies to get him to turn and nothing worked. I ended up going to a chiro two days before my 37 week mw appt and he flipped vertex the day between. He then flipped back breech a few days later, but went vertex (and stayed!) after another chiro appt just before my 38 week appt. He was born a few days later and was my smallest at 6.7. Very easy labor at home, though, and was born 40 min after the midwife arrived.
This baby is already playing games, so I think my uterus has been labeled a gymnastics studio. Baby was breech 3 weeks ago, vertex 2 weeks ago (turned right after chiro appt. LOL), and the next week was transverse and I'm pretty sure still is based on all the kicks- ouch! Thankfully after last time my midwives aren't quite as concerned because of my history. Oh, and I'm small, 5'2"and 115 when I'm not pregnant and apparently there is plenty of room- I'm sure this being the 4th has something to do with it. I was actually joking with my mw that I'll just scheduled chiro appts right before my mw appts again, and not come if baby is breech. They wouldn't care except they legally have to transfer care at 37 weeks for breech, so it's better they don't know. I have such fast labors that I wouldn't have time to transfer in labor so I'd still get my homebirth either way- although I'd prefer vertex for obvious reasons!