Yes, I agree with thorn...but understand what the other poster was saying, too, I think. I believe that fully and truely informing oneself about the possible ramifications of a VBAC, understanding what those complications entail, and what options you would have (and all of those options' pros and cons) if they occured are a very important part of ANY birth, and VBACs especially. Know what's what, what you'd be willing to "give up" and what you wouldn't, and WHY, and be able to make an educated decision should something come up. However, once you've done that leg work, focus with every fiber of your being on birthing this baby vaginally, on believing that your body is made to do so, and on having a wonderful VBAC. DWELLING on the scary "what if's" will get you nowhere, however, knowing ahead of time how you would prefer to handle the situation is NEVER a bad idea.