If I can find some affordable training, I'll take it. I may even splurge for a couple of $250 spam can lessons as it will be an improvement on zero. But I won't be doing ten at that cost. Unless I find something significantly cheaper, I'll be doing most of my flight training the 'Wright' way. Though I'll cheat a bit and reading Stick and rudder six times. Sadly, the 'Wright way' is becoming normal again for ultralighters now as there just isn't any affordable training for the many cheapskates who are attracted to 103. If someone is giving 'Ultralight flying skill lessons', how would they be liable for the student unless there was some proficiency award? V.B. Should you petition the FAA for some new way to have affordable 103 training, you can count on my backing and signature as a wannabe 103er. I'm not a people person who can influence or organise, but I am a number.