So... There's this: http://generalaviationnews.com/2015/12/21/merlin-psa-makes-us-debut/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzFeVUuM3dI I cannot help but being intrigued by it. I know, I know, I already have a high-wing, low performance, basic single seat airplane. I need another one like a hole in the head. But hear me out. Firstly, PSA has a cantilever wing. The weight penalty at its size is minuscule, hopefully. But more importantly, it comes with a factory installation of Rotax 582. The power is greater than on my HKS and I expect it to run with electric power off. On Carlson I once killed the engine in flight by snagging master with a sectional. So, yes, two-strokes are bad, but I want more performance. It's true that I probably can find an old RV-3 that does all that this does and then cruises 3 times faster, for the same money. But this one is a going to be brand new, 2016 airplane. The big question in my mind is how legitimate is a factory support program with 2 weeks to first flight. I heard of someone who had a friend who has a Bearhawk stuck in factory support program for more than a year.