Shari, thanks for the detailed description - very helpful. As I said above, I have only tested at Ancestry, and have not gotten any raw data or haplogroup info, so 23&Me will provide that for me.
I had previously read about both FTDNA and 23&Me, and realize that both are awkward to use for processing matches. That, to me, is the benefit of Ancestry - it makes it so much more direct to look into your matches. And if the match tree is public, you don't need to deal with sending emails back and forth, until you determine that there is a likely match.
But I did want to see the medical info and the additonal data that 23&Me provides, and it is currently very reasonibly priced.