Boredom is inevitable in short order, and thus less and less people stick with it, and simply move onto the next fad.
Give you the tools: Information & Knowledge, to get you off on the right foot.
All have pros and cons, and all offer their own unique levels of fun, challenges, and rewards.
I know many folks who gave up with RC helis before ever getting to experience the thrill and pure joy of flying one, because they simply got in over their head too soon, without understanding the basics first.
Many of these features are for the technically minded advanced user.It's hard to resist the challenge, performance potential, and overwhelming feeling of accomplishment offered with this form of RC flight.It is after all the closest most of us will get to what it's like to pilot a full size helicopter.Learning when it's this much fun, is after all, one of life's great pleasures and joys. If so, it's a safe bet to say you likely already have a fair amount of interest in this hobby.I hope the rest of my site will further help "fuel" your RC heli interest into a full blown passion!The single biggest one is this hobby is no longer a super expensive, difficult, and almost elitist form of RC flight like it once was.It's still the number one benefit for me that remains to this day.Saving you time and money, but above all, I want you to have brilliant FUN in your RC helicopter journey so you will passionately want to stick with the hobby for years to come.:-) arge turbine powered collective pitch RC helicopters such as shown above are mechanically and electronically complex.They also teach you a great deal about rotary flight in its many forms, which to me is one of the most fascinating aspects of RC helicopters.The number and specific types of radio controlled helicopters available these days is quite overwhelming.