I didn't get to see it fly, or even see the flying surface, but I thought some of you guys might be interested to see this ultralight. The designer/builder says, as I recall, it's about 170 lbs as shown, with enough batteries to fly for 15 minutes, but without the canopy, or whatever you call the wing. He said that more batteries might be carried. Note that the rear wheels are powered, so it can be driven on the ground. The 4 flying motors are on arms that fold out so the motors face for and aft. The motors are from T-motor. The kv is 80, and I seem to recall they were supposed to be good for 7 kW or so each.