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Old 06-17-2014, 07:08 PM
Ya got any Beeman's?
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I agree with everything Mr.Winkle said. Very well said!

I will add that I see stabilization as a tool, and like any tool can be useful or harmful if not used correctly. Some will use it forever as a crutch and never care to learn the details of flight, others will understand what it's doing and use it to expand their flight capabilities. You can't just paint it with a broad brush of 'good' or 'bad'

One thing that concerns me is that it will enable people to learn to fly on their own with less or no outside instruction. In which case they may learn the hard way about safety with lipos and electric motors and propellers, things like that.
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