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Name: Simon
"Two comment. First is that I love the content of this site and the fact that everything on it is empirical, tested and based on experience and evidence. I like too the ethic of care, responsibility and doing things RIGHT that flows through it. Second, I think it\'s a really excellent website design and navigational layout. Beautifully done, remarkably thorough and very well thought out from the user\'s point of view. Really a magnificent site - thank you for the effort, and congratulations. I\'m showing your site as an example of great design to my own guys at work who are responsible for the design and upkeep of a multi-megabuck corporate website."
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Name: Wayne
Thank you for your informative articles.I am a raw beginner to this sport and know next to nothing about the sport.Thank you for your articles I have found them to be very useful and clearly laid out and easy to follow.Regards Wayne
Added: 2004-09-26 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Dave
Great Site! I learned several things that I did not know. BTW. I took my basic in Ft. Lost in the Woods. From there I went to Ft. Sam in TX and there to the Nam. Regards Dave Hyde
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Name: exeter_acres
"Just found your site from RCUniverse.... EXCELLENT!! Please keep up the good work! As a new flyer, there is a wealth of knowledge here and I appreciate you sharing and taking the time (obviously by the quality of the site, Quite a bit of time) to put this together!! Thanks again!"
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Name: Todd
"Your site is awesome both in design and content. I, like many others nowadays, have been \"assembling\" ARFs and people who have been in hobby are telling me that kits are now on the endagered species list and feel that is a shame to let this type of skill die. Therefore, fearing I might be missing ou on something, have purchased two different kits in hopes of experiencing the love for this art for which these guys revere. Since I hsave no experience with kits, I will certaily utilize your site as a knowledge base and resource. Many Many Thanks."
Added: 2004-10-20 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Andrew George
"Thank You. Excellent site. Being new to this hobby, your site has given me critical information needed to get started. Once again Thank You"
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Name: Harry
"Hi Paul..... Up to your usual tricks, and ain\'t that grand! Beautifully done. I envy you and the speed at which you build them. Keep up the good work. Some day ARF\'s will die out and people will learn the joys of using their skills to create a work of art! I\'ll be putting a new page on the SW Zone site. It\'s a forum for those who wish to get their Q\'s & A\'s answered, or for those who can answer them. Keep it in mind, as it will be showing up shortly. Have a good day, Harry Barr SW Zone Web Master MAAC 9703 http://www.swzone-maac.com/"
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Name: HANAPI
Your website is unreal!! So much information. I am also tired of buying things and feeling ripped off. Thanks for all the tips on building my own things. Now if I can only find all the materials I need. Check out our field in Curacao in the Caribbean. www.curacaorcclub.com Thanks.
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Name: alrocketscientist
"If the Powerhouse is the Sal Taibi design the cg should be at 50% of the wing chord, this gives the best climb and glide performance we have 6 or 7 Powerhouse in our club all fly best with this setup."
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Name: Runway
"Paul, the latest article on building truss fuselage sides is excellent - and a worthy addition to the website. Have you considered asking a publisher to put a collection of your articles into print? While I\'ve always been a \'fan\' of Harry Higley\'s books, I reckon your methods and procedures are better. You ought to be well enough known in the modelling world now [e.g.RCU] to be successful in print! Best of luck - and keep \'em coming!"
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