I had mine done almost 8 years ago. Since then, I have had my two kiddos, so mine have settled, but only a bit! By the way, I DID breast feed BOTH of my kids, which I was so glad about!! Even with that, I'm still very proud of mine! I had them done on a Thursday, and was back to work the next Monday. I agree with Kim, that the hardest part was finding a sleeping position because I always sleep on my stomach too! That problem only lasted a few months, though! but getting out of bed was very uncomfortable for the first few days becuase you don't realize how much you use your chest muscles to get up!! I'm noticing too, that as I lose this weight that they are looking even better!! That's the good part about having implants...as you lose weight, you don't have to worry about losing your boobs!! Anyways, it was one of my best decisions ever!! I highly recommend it...just DEFINITELY do your homework...Before my first REAL appointment with my doctor (after the consult) I actually made a scrapbook of breasts that I LIKED and DISLIKED so he would know EXACTLY the size and shape that I was wanting. Yes, I went out and bought all kinds of magazines , cut out pictures of good ones and bad ones, and told him...."I want to look like THIS, and NOT THIS!!" This helped to make sure that we were on the same page the whole time. After my whole process was over, he asked me if he could keep my 'scrapbook' for future patients.....just something to think about! I had my incision under the breast, where it meets your ribcage. You can hardly notice the scar......but I tend to scar pretty well. I have also had a C-Section and that scar is not very visable either, so use how your previous scars look as a guide. A friend of mine had her incisions the same place as mine and her scars are very big/thick. Good luck on your decision, and let us know how things go! Also, WAY TO GO on your weight loss!! You deserve this!!