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Old Jan 20, 2013, 12:31 AM
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Cdlearview Simulators ???????

Since I'm a newbee novice, I'm glad I can come to you guys for advice. I am definitely going to need a simulator to get this hobby down pat. At 73 years of age, my reactions are to slow.

I don't have the need to buy the fancy new flight simuylator with a whole bunch of jets, electrics, helicopters, etc. I'd rather save my $$$$$$ for other RC things.

Therefore, I'm seriously entertaining the idea of going with the ClearView Simulator. From my reading, it seems to have approximately 15 planes, 8-10 flight areas, etc. This is all I feel I need to learn how to fly the rc planes I will be flying in real time.

Could some of you "flyers" out there let me know if this logic is rationale, or am I not thinking clearly. and should definitely buy one of the more expensive simulators --- i.e. Phoenix, Realflite, etc.

Also, not being very computer savy at this age, how hard is it to coordinate the Radio transmitter with the planes?????

Many thanks in advance for your time in reading and even responding to the above questions.
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