I blew from the Sea Org twice. First from the Apollo in 1974 in Freeport, Bahamas, and second from FLB in 2005. Both times, it was ARCX's. Lied to by recruiter, both times. Then, third flow mistreatment of others by others, and lots of it. Hubbard had close contact wuth a relative handful of people during the day on the Apollo. He kept his distance from most staff. Occasionally, he would come to a party and be sociable for awhile, and enjoy himself, but he kept the command ethics presence thingy , probably to keep too many people from getting close enough to find out this kind of revealing data.
As young adults, most of us would put up with quite a bit of poor berthing, poor food, poor medical, dental, etc. We were YOUNG and didn't mind so much. I think the older people saw through it more. I found the L's interesting in 1985. L-10 in particular, turned on some amazing perception changes. None were lasting. Whole track overts of magnitude, E/S to basic. 125 hours worth at $12,500 per intensive! If you analyse Flag from 1975 on, it's about the Class XII HGC revenue and delivery of L's, as a huge cash cow. My auditor alone made them $50,000 a week, year after year.