Work on the powering of a high gradient structure utilizing a Free Electron Laser (FEL) is reviewed. The concept envisions a dense low energy beam producing power via the FEL mechanism at wavelengths substantially shorter than the 10cm used at SLAC. The energy of this beam must be periodically replenished by induction units. The microwave power produced by the FEL is then used to drive a high gradient structure where a second beam is accelerated to very high energies. The theory of FEL operation in waveguides is discussed and possible coupling schemes between the two beams are presented. An overview of the near and far term plans of the LBL/LLNL group is given. The parameters for a 1TeV×1TeV collider with luminosity 4×1032cm-2 sec-1 are presented.