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Great review.  I never got the airplane for many of the reasons you put in the review.  Honestly, my desire for another airplane with so many issues is dwindling now that A2A is moving into this space.  They look great in the pictures until you actually use them and then it's "oh"..."maybe I can tweak"..."maybe Bert has a fix".  It's getting old.

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Another Ray Marshall review classic.  :smile:  May I compare you to the surely missed Alan, Ray? Really, if there was a price for loving the details and taking care of explaining them, plus historical aspects, it would go to you.

 

And re: Gregg's sentiment. I feel you, Gregg. As much as the dedication of the helpful crowd impresses me, the various bug listings and their rarely altered status after a SP was released acts as a huge hurdle at times.

 

I mean I gotta love Carenado for picking a capable FDE guy plus being very much on the edge of integrating addon 3D gauges, but sometimes.. it's quite hard to see a pitot heat not working. :mellow: "Carenado-Oops" ^_^

 

Also seems like they kept the "beta test policy" on some Alabeo releases. Never change a winning.. wait.

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Another Ray Marshall review classic. :smile: May I compare you to the surely missed Alan, Ray? Really, if there was a price for loving the details and taking care of explaining them, plus historical aspects, it would go to you.



And re: Gregg's sentiment. I feel you, Gregg. As much as the dedication of the helpful crowd impresses me, the various bug listings and their rarely altered status after a SP was released acts as a huge hurdle at times.

 

Yeah, sometimes you just have to do a review to tell it like it is and I think he did that well.  Brought out the pluses and minuses.  Now they've announced a Navajo and I can't help thinking "wait...they didn't finish the last one."  They, honestly, must see little value to themselves for fixing them. 

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