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October 26, 2009


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Turn up the volume on your microphone during these interviews. Make it equal to the guy you are interviewing.

Great interviews but one can barely hear you.

Larry Ruble

Paul, thanks for introducing the rest of the soaring community to such a great bright, young pilot. I had the pleasure of camping next to Dave and his partner in the pits at the "Bruce" this summer. His enthusiasm and focus during the competition were very enjoyable to watch.

Dave, thanks for sharing your fresh perspective on where the future of hand launch is headed. Your comments about the blaster2 were right on. I started flying rc in 2001 and bought my first XP5 in 2002. It's been so much more fun to have a plane that launched high enough to get into thermals at least 70% of the time even as a new hand launch devotee. I can't wait to get my hands on this new generation of HLG's which should bring even more people into this niche of the hobby.

Dave, I look forward to seeing you again next year at the "Bruce" and hope you can make it to the NATS as well.


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