Ugh. What can I say that is positive? Well, moved here in July 2016 and it has been a tough place to become accustomed to. If you are not working/involved with the military, agriculture, medical or part of the retirement sector, this place is going to be difficult. It is not a place for those with advanced degrees. Forget it. You will not find a job here. Everything here is for under College educated. Groceries are higher than what I paid in previous locations, utilities (power) are extreme, housing is so-so with NO new construction of decent neighborhoods. Not a lot of parks, pathways or designated areas. Only the Colorado River parkway and that is so-so. A few okay restaurants but not a lot. Not even a bagel place. Many Starbucks and Dunkin donuts but on Sundays, there should be a place for a bagel, coffee and the paper. If you ride your road bike, forget it too. Roads are in terrible condition and there are not enough bike lanes/shoulders to make it feel safe. Due to the large retirement population (many from Canada), driving is slow and sketchy at best. Frustrating place. Cannot wait to get out. I'm getting old living here.