LOL! It is nice to think about that, and only natural. Personally, I was glad to pay off my WaMu mortgage and go with a better, local financial institution. After four years with WaMu, I think my payments changed every six months, and went up and down. On a regular mortgage, one should expect some differences for the first 18 months possibly. To me that sort of showed some disorganization and not looking out for the best interests of the borrower, and my insurance premiums never changed. If it's any consolation, I snubbed WaMu in 2005, but I know it couldn't have affected your job. By the way....I hear that Merrill Lynch will be 're-structuring' in the near future due to a buy-out. Just a heads up from an outsider with some insider information. For what it's worth. Good luck to you and everything you do.
I like to think WaMu's problems started the day after they let my department (more specifically, me) go.