I've met with other couples who wanted to use the E session as a guideline before booking me for their weddings. All of them eventually did book me for their weddings so I'm not insecure with doing it this way. But none of these couples said it out loud that the E session was a test of my ability, it was just understood. So I just talked to this couple wanting to do an E session which I of course didn't object. But the guy basically spell it out that the E session is a test. That riled me up that I immediately though about emailing them in a few days that the day is now booked. If he just said let's do an E session first, I would have no problem with it. The way he put it wasn't rude, just a little unpolished in his manner of speech. If you don't ask the priest to perform a ceremony rehearsal as a test before they hire the priest, I think us photogs should be extended the same professional courtesy. What do you think?