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Me too. It made summer rather "bitty" to have these things hanging around. With my earlier but rougher projects I was in and out within a week which is nicer for me (the Turbulent was mere days) - it's too easy to get burned out on a project if you aren't careful. I'll be heading back to that in'n'out ethos next year for a succession of light singles - I hope. Mind you, next summer is graduation (hoping for top honours) so I'll have my hands full for the next year what with studying and graduation before my 58th birthday next September. Lots of stuff happening. Some more house remodelling too.

I'd been hoping the Falcons would have been out in May to coincide with an important anniversary for me. I'll still mention it in the readme, I think.
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Thanks Richard! Nice job again.

Thanks for the other tidbits that you also released today.

RV-8/8A is out too, so I'm done for 2013 unless I get a moment of madness. There's a link with the d/l to a fun video on Youtube (well, Flightsim did say "related to your file" and the live-action film is from an RV-8!).