Made my choice - got the Switch.
Since my last post, Tower lowered their retail price ($329.99) on the Switch by $50, brining it down to $279, and with their premier member discount program, I got an additional $40 off, which brought my net price to $239 with free shipping!
That put the Switch at the top of the list for me. I was holding off on buying it because of it's price, and the fact that I didn't need any more radios, but at this price I had to jump on it.
I am still sold on the Electrostik and will likely put one together in near future. The Corvallis 350 is a winner as well but, like most, I have limited resources and space.
I am very excited to get the Switch after reading a bunch of reviews on it. I really like that it both a great trainer and a plane to grow into as my skills develop.
I have both of the Switch's configurations in my Real Flight Simulator, and am enjoying flying them until the new plane arrives next week.
I appreciate all the great suggestions and comments that have been posted.
Thank you all.
I will be updating my blog on how this plane works out for me. Stay tuned.
Last edited by Boomer1; Apr 17, 2011 at 09:30 AM.
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