I recently read Steve Scott's autobiography and wondered what he is up to now. Did he break 4:00 after age 40, as was his goal when the book's narrative ended? How did he adjust to post-elite running life? I always heard he was a nice guy and a hard worker and he came across as such in the book, although there seemed to be some real annoyance on his part with Coe, Ovett, Joe Falcon and a few other competitors. (And huge frustration at not being able to beat Coe/Ovett/Cram consistently, or perform as well in Olympics/Worlds as he would have hoped. Props for candor.)He also was quite candid about how difficult it was to adjust to making a living doing something other than running the mile. So I wonder how he is doing today.