First of all, I am far from being ready to upgrade to a twin. My mighty little Cherokee will be fine for another 5 or so years. However, I still keep half an eye on the twin engine market just to stay informed and to imagine all the non-stop trips I will be able to make lol. One plane that keeps popping up super cheap is the Cessna Skymaster. Just saw one today again, mid time airframe, low time engines, 68 model for $50k and fresh annual. Most of the flyable examples I see are in the $50k to $100k region - much less than many of the conventional twins with similar useful load. I know it's slow compared to most conventional twins, that's a big negative but aside from that, why do these planes have a bad rep and sell for so cheap? Would love to hear your thoughts especially if you have any first hand experience with that type of plane.