- Jul 29, 2005
- Orange County, California
The comments are because the guys who do serious traveling in their airplanes are going to look at this as a toy. It's totally fine for the kind of flying I do (or rather, will be doing), and even you (rather a longer distance, and faster), but just from the comments I've seen here on HBA, the only way the "oxygen and flight levels" homebuilders will see this as useful is as a backup to their Dynon's and Garmins.... I don't follow the "LSA/burger-run" comments. Unless you need IFR certified, what else would one possibly need? A full blown Dynon Skyview or G3 could certainly be nice, but for the money saved I could fly into Oshkosh a few times and feed myself for a week... and you guys know where I live and what our fuel prices are...