Short version: After having grabbed an elusive LH J booking using US miles for my wife and I to ZRH, a 10m schedule change happened on the outbound flights and US Air allowed me to cancel with no redeposit fee. This returned the 200K miles to my account and didn't cost me $150 per person, saving me $300. Long version: I broke my leg in three places on October 10th. I'm required to be six weeks non-weight bearing before I can start transitioning weight back onto the leg, etc. The full transition back to normal may well take 10-12 weeks. While my wife and I enjoy international travel (especially around the holidays since it's also our anniversary and because she's a teacher so time off is very structured), hobbling through Zurich on a bad foot - especially in ice/snow and the footwear that requires - wasn't ideal. I'm not any status at all on US, and only CP get redeposit fees waived, so I was dependent on waiting for a schedule change to try and broker that for a free cancelation. This one was only 10 minutes and didn't affect our connection time at all, but I gave it a shot. First call, first agent, "Yes sir, that will be no problem." I didn't mention the leg, or needing the cencelation anyway - just the schedule change. Miles, refunded. Ticketing fees and taxes, refunded. Fees, zero. Hassle, zero. If this is what I should expect from US Airways customer service, that's great.