While you are sitting around here this winter trying to figure out how you are going to get the weather to cooperate so that you can squeeze a little flying in, you might take a few minutes and check out this site. These German dudes have put a Hydrogen fuel cell on a flying wing, and it is just pretty cool. I think we can expect some of this stuff to start showing up on a year or two as alternative fuel sources for our planes, transmitters, and who knows what else. This is pretty exciting technology if you ask me. The page by the way is in German (http://www.pozefilm.de/wh.html) so you might want to RIGHT CLICK on the page and go down the menu to PAGE INFO then scroll over to TRANSLATE PAGE INTO ENGLISH to be able to read the contents of the page, but even that isn't necessary if you just want to watch the videos of the plane. Pretty sweet stuff. Oh btw, my dreams have come true in that GWS has release a P-38 Lightning and it looks pretty sweet. I haven't bought it yet (I have to make some room in my garage for stuff first), but plan to at first opportunity. BP Hobbies even has a sweet brushless hop up for it that I think if I were to buy it I would do just to get the needed power (GWS is notorious for underpowering their planes) and just to make it fly quieter than the gearboxes. Praying that the weather clears soon for some long distance flying! :D Bill Beavers Lektrik_Flyers http://users.tcworks.net/~bbeavers/ Lektrik_Flyers Home Base is Wooster City Park N 35° 12.207 W 092° 28.018 UTM: 15S E 548519 N 3895735 Have others friends join lektrik_flyers listserv by looking it up at http://freelists.org or email me their email address and I'll add it for them. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com ___________________________________________________________________________ You are a member of the lektrik_flyers listserv. You became a member of this listserv by either directly subscribing or being recommended for subscription by a fellow member. If you no longer wish to be a member of this listserv, please follow the link (http://www.freelists.org/list/lektrik_flyers) and follow the onscreen prompts to be removed from this list. Should this not work for you send an email to bbeavers57@xxxxxxxxx and supply the email address you wish to have removed from the listserv, and this will be done at the earliest available opportunity. Visit our website at http://users.tcworks.net/~bbeavers/. Thank you and we hope you continue to enjoy being a member of the lektrik flyers.