Originally Posted by xviper
While I'll agree with you about the SU-35's quality, I had one and I still liked it a lot till I drove it into the ground. But that wasn't the fault of the plane. I also have the Freewing Eurofighter and the F/A-18 and these are by far, more fun for me than the Mig. Keeping in mind that the Sebart Mig is still a Freewing, it is not good value for the money. At least you can buy parts more readily and cheaply for other Freewing models. My HobbyKing composite BD-5 with all the bits and pieces to make it fly was a fraction of what that Mig cost me. It has just as much "presence" in the air if not more than the Mig. But to each his own. I'll only keep my Mig until something breaks and I have to go looking for parts or till I demolish it. Then it gets stripped down for bits to use in other planes.
Oh, did I mention that the gyro than came with my Mig is junk? Stuff happens and every plane you buy can have defective components and the Mig is no different. I'd rather pay less than more for junk.
I'm willing to give Seba the benefit of the doubt, I suspect a v2 Mig would be greatly improved in the few areas it needs it. I can tell you the Sebart MythoS, WindS, Miss Wind, AngelS and pretty much all of his other stuff are the best electric planes made. He's got the design eye, skill and seems to know what products work and how to build them, I think this first attempt at an EDF was pretty good and very challenging, a twin, 3D vectored design (thought it could have been $100 cheaper MAP IMO)...