I have flown this bird about 8 times now and each flight is a little different. There is a brief article in this month's MAN that detials a simple way to synch the engines so that is how I am doing it now. Due to the newness of the engines though, it requires a re-synch each time I fly. I hope they break in soon. Anyway, I was flying yesterday and the port engine quit. I hardly noticued it was out. The plane still flew very well but would not turn into the dead engine side. I rmemeneberd my engine out procedures and started flying to the right keeping the speed up. Landed with no problems so it does well on one engine. Since I am using twin Magnun 46's I have had to go up to a12x4 prop to keep the speed down as it really scoots with anyhting else. One word of caution if you build this. Take off at FULL throttle. I tried half throttle the other day and the controls were mush. Not enough airflow over the control surfaces to gain positive control after rotating. Once up, I increased the speed and all was OK (until I lost an engine). She is a speed demon but not built for 3-D. Just enjoy the sunday afternoon flight.