Hi RainierI have been wanting to write to you quite badly for the past few days. In fact I wrote you quite a story yesterday but somehow lost it in posting and was p….. off as my typing speed is a bit slow to quickly bang out another. I want to let you know just how amazed I am with the performance of your “playstation”. In the past when I have experienced problems you would usually blame installation. Well I believe that with your guidance and our experience we have hit the numbers and the installations are doing your instument justice. The fact is your intrument has performed faultlessly for the entire flight in the most demanding conditions. The amazing thing is that your auto pilot has flown probally 99.8% of the trip so far. We take off manually and as soon as we are settled into a climb, “ON” goes the AP. Climb rate set and departure procedure carried out with buttons and knobs, level out, ” Goto” and that’s it. Weather avoidance is done the same way (except when radical moves are called for, Reunion to Sri Lanka leg). Descending, joining and even the circuit get flown with heading and alt knobs. It is rather odd after a long flight to grab the stick and find the pedals and try land the Bullet as slickly as the AP has flown for the past 20 hours!James really knows the instument well and it is great see what it is capable of. He does in-flight dowloads of terrain and vector maps and it all just works perfectly. On the long night flights I watch the moonlight reflections on the polished ailerons constantly changing as the your servo takes commands from your GPS and guides us to our next destination, and I wonder in awe at how damn clever you are!RegardsJean PS – Another thing – James keeps on saying how technology can have a ‘feel’ that’s associated with the thought processes that it’s creator went through in creating it. You posted a comment some days back on our post saying that with your instrument in our plane you felt a bit as if you were out here with us. Well, I know as far as James is concerned in a real way you really are up there with us when we’re flying!