Ya I went last year. It was pretty cool hanging on the wing strut of the plane.
Since it was my first time I didn't get to free fall very long, just long enough for my deployment chute to open up my main chute (a few seconds after letting go of wing strut). We had to climb out of this cessna by standing on the wheel axle or whatever you want to call it, and holding on to the wing strut. Then we would swing out letting feet go and just hang for a few seconds on the wing strut until the jump master said go. The point of this was so the jump master could throw out our deployment chutes for us in case newbies forget to throw it out of the front pouch.
All in all it was over pretty quick (~3min floating down), but worth the experience.