I really want to shout out the names of all the people who helped me get my F200 up twice this weekend. I'm sure I will forget someone, not that that person was not important, but in the same way I tell my wife I forgot to pick up bread on my way home after I promised twice that I would. Scott Szympruch (you know what you did!) Tom Cohen - for hauling me out to the away cells, plus all the knowledge I have absorbed from Tom's flights Gus Piepenburg - for lending me a tracker on Saturday when I had left mine charging on the PC an hour away at home, and for trudging out there to recover on Saturday Nate Lowrie - for recovery on Saturday Peter ??? - I don't know Peter's last name, but also for help recovering on Saturday Matt Fletcher - for help recovering on Friday Matt Fletcher's mom! - for help recovering on Friday, and for being the one to spot the fin sticking up in the tall grass The guy with the cool saucer who went out to help recover on Friday (didn't get your name, but thanks!) Dave Weber and Fred Wallace - for RSOing me on Friday and Saturday respectively Kevin Cobb - for all my great maiden flight pictures Nathan Toucas - for help loading on the pad on Friday I know other people helped at the pad on Saturday, but I am drawing a blank. Don't be shy to remind me and yell at me! FLIGHT REPORTS: No data to download, but Friday's flight on a baby M was to 2680 feet and landed about 800 feet away. All recovery deployed perfectly, buy I did eject a chute protector and rip a shroud line off my drogue. Saturday's flight on a baby N went to 8500 feet and came down about a mile away. I used a beefier drogue (PML 60" with spill hole). That reminds me, I have to go pay Teddy!