In a previous thread: "Can Mooney and Cirrus save aviation" (https://www.pilotsofamerica.com/com...e-general-aviation.102513/page-5#post-2375845) I kind of bashed Mooney because of the customer service I was given and I was disappointed. So while at The AOPA fly in this weekend I was a little cautious going to the Mooney area. I met a guy named Mike Farley from Premier and he gave me the grand tour of the Ovation Ultra and he was great! At a previous Sun and fun event, I had the opportunity to sit in an Ovation 2. (IMO) The Ultra has more legroom. When I sat in the left seat my legs couldn't touch the pedals and I had to adjust the seat, my legs are really long so not many airplanes have that much legroom not even the new Cirrus SR22's. Not only that but the Ultra is VERY comfortable to sit and take long flights. I took the wife with me to the AOPA event and she overall enjoyed the airplane and the dual doors, (She doesn't like the single door airplanes) and she also didn't have any issues getting in and out of the Mooney because the wings are pretty low to the ground. She is 5 foot 5 1/2. All of the Avionics are where they need to be and if you have flown G1000's the transition should be pretty smooth. I was told the fuel tanks can hold 89 gallons but you can get a long range option of 100 gallons that can take you to 1450 NM with a 45 min reserve. (IMO) Mooney got this airplane right, I wasn't necessarily in agreement with the added composite materials they added but overall a wonderful airplane. How it responds to the marketplace dominated by Cirrus is another story. I'm really hoping it does well!