I don't think there is a "better" one out there for what it is intended to do. I'm just saying that it's not right for me because of the factors I listed.What is the homebuilt airplane, actually flying other than on Steve's computer that you think is better than a RV and why?
Anyone who doesn't want to fly below 10,000 feet all the time but also doesn't want to risk a nosebleed from wearing a nasal cannula?Steve says a pressuized plane?
Honestly, I don't care what anyone else wants so far as my pressurized designs are concerned. I design this stuff for myself with the exception of the LSA which is just an academic exercise turned into something that might help fund building more practical aircraft. It's also been a good chance to learn and get experience designing in multiple construction techniques (wood and fabric, metal and fabric, all metal and composite; I basically designed the "same" aircraft in each technique just for the experience. I am debating which version to actually build to test).