Dutchgal, I can't remember if you are with a midwife or not... I was just reading through my "handbook" that the midwife gave me and the midwives are required to "discuss" (i.e. contact and advise, but not necessarily DO anything about it) a non-cephalic presentation after 36 weeks and are then required to consult (i.e. send you to see) a physician after 37 weeks. Before that, they MAY discuss it with you, but no one should be all up-in-arms about it even if you are with an OB or MD.
So far my babe is still all over the place, but TENDS to be head-down. I'm sure the closer we get the more head-down s/he will tend to be, until it gets to squashed in there for them to flip over any more.
Oh, and my midwife can deliver breech vaginally, but not at home. I'll have to ask if she WILL deliver a breech though, even though I hope and am fairly certain that it will not be an issue. (And as a side note, my mother said that I wouldn't engage (even though I was head-down) until she had been in labour for about 32 hrs.... stubborn little baby! But after that I slid right out!