On my very first time in Oshkosh, I could fly on the Bell 47G, on the Ford Trimotor and - that was "the" experience - on the B17G Aluminum Overcast. I enjoied very much that flight on such a beautiful plane. I want to thank the crew and all EAA people keeping her flying.
P.s.: I started with this warbird illness a couple of years ago flying (left seat) a 1944 C45. A few month ago I tried to cure it getting some stick & rudder time on a 1943 T6. No way. Now, after flying on Aluminum Overcast, I know that I'll never be cured. Now I'm thinking about flying a P51 and a C47... Am I crazy?