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Flight1 Real Meridian POH

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Hi,has anybody bought the real Piper Meridian POH which is available from Flight1?I would like to know how it looks. Is it spiral bound? How is the layout? Is it worth to buy it?This plane is really a joy, i love it! It has an enormeous imersion factor!For me this is one of the best (if not THE best) airplane ever made for FS2002, although not cheap, its worth every cent! Congratulations to Flight1!!Any information on the POH is very welcomed.Cheers from germany,Michael

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Hi Mike,I bought the Manual. It is a 5 1/2" by 8 1/2" traditionally bound book. Almost 1 1/2 inches thick. It is the manual you get when you buy the real aircraft I guess. WISH IT WAS SPIRAL BOUND so the damned thing would lay flat ... but it is NOT spiral bound.Looks like most AOMs for other aircraft. Here is the TOC:1. General2. Limitations3. Emergency Procedures4. Normal Procedures5. Performance6. Weight and Balance7. Description and Operation of the Airplane and its Systems8. Airplane Handling, Servicing and Maintenance9. Supplements (brief info about the S-TEC, Garmin stuff)10. Operating TipsThe Normal procedures are found in the user guide for the Meridian, but there is a "In-Depth," annotated "Amplified Normal Procedures" section which is excellent. If you want to "FLY BY THE NUMBERS" ... ALLLLLLLL of the number are in the POH and many many graphs, etc. If you want to complete your immersive experience, and you have already printed the Meggit documentation ... then this will complete your documentation set for the Meridian ...assuming of course that you have printed the most critical piece of the whole package .. the Garmin 530 Users Guide.I am happy I bought the manual ... good information to gain in-depth knoledge about this aircraft.Hope this helps!!! Happy flying!!!

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Paul and Steve,thanks a lot for the detailed information! I think i'll go ahead and buy the guide.Cheers,Michael

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