| I only have a couple of questions. My main one is if I go out and buy a 7 | Channel Remote, could I just use it on all of my rc planes that I make/get?
Yes. For seven channels, I'd suggest the Hitec Eclipse with a Spectra module. $220 or so from Doug's Hobby shop by itself, or you can get a package deal with a receiver and servos.
| Like is it easy to take the servos and what not from one plane and putting | it into the other?
Yes and no. If it's the same general class of plane, like an 0.40 or
0.60 sized glow plane, then yes. But once you start getting into the small electrics, there's lots of different sizes of servos, and each plane may use it's own.
If you like the 0.40 - 0.60 sized glow plane, you can get standard servos for about $9 each from servocity.com. The quality is pretty good, so if you need 4 that's $36 -- cheap enough that you won't want to remove them until the plane is toast.
For the smaller planes, which are probably either electrics or gliders, the costs of the servos go up, around $20-$30 each though it depends on exactly which one you get. It's quite easy to have a plane where the servos cost a lot more than the airframe itself when you get into the cheap foamies or the spad planes.
For giant scale planes, the costs of the servo go way up again, but at least in that case it makes sense. :) [these probably aren't what you want anyways.]
| My next question is what would be the best website to buy | planes? I'm not to picky, it is just price wise. Thanks in advance.
That's a tough one ... but some of my favorites are :
for just about anything.
for batteries, receivers
for a bare Eclipse transmitter
for some nice slope gliders
sort of like Tower, but smaller. Different stuff, however.
lots of park fliers, if that's what you like. Not a good place to buy, but it's a good place to see what you might want to buy elsewhere.
... it really depends on what you want. Note that the correct answer is NOT eBay. eBay is *not* the place to buy R/C equipment unless you really know your R/C stuff.