Figured you guys might appreciate this and I don't feel like linking back to the main forum since it blows for the moment Beautiful Saturday in Dallas, TX. Went out to the Frontiers of Flight Museum located at Love Field, right in the heart of Dallas. I had a bit to wait for the main event, so I took a stroll through the museum. Ground: Above and Below - Apollo 7 command module. The P-51C is a new addition to their fleet as of last week. They purchased it for ~$2.5million. Cost to fly? $3000/hour. I came close to pulling out the CC for it, but figured I would see how I liked the B-17 first That, my friends, is the only flying B-24 in existence. I nearly chose that one, but I had my own personal reasons for the B-17 - mainly that my father had always wanted to ride in one, but was never able to do so. If I could have ridden in both, I'd have done so in a heartbeat. ^ My favorite picture. Flight: ^ We actually beat the Axis by having superior alien technology back in the 40's. Above and Below - Lake Ray Hubbard. ^ The real version of the very first model airplane I ever built on my own. F-86 Sabre. That's all she wrote. I have a vid during flight, however I don't have a host for the 40MB that it is. At least not on that I want raped, assuming people even care about this. Overall, I'd say the experience was 100% worth it. I made a donation to a charity that I believe in 100%, I got the experience of a lifetime, and most importantly, at least to me, I fulfilled one of my fathers wishes. By the way, pilot crew - that landing was the softest I've ever had in my life. We heard the tire squeal, and didn't feel a thing, even when the tail wheel made contact.