I'm still waiting for the US railroads to be dusted off and resurrected. We had genuine hope that was going to happen, bullet trains, magnetic trains, and all. Not sure where we are with that but it seems it's lost a good bit of momentum. But that's a whole different thread. The overwhelmingly negative responses on this thread were predictable. I got the same negative responses 15 or so years ago when I first addressed the subject of PFVs. I certainly don't pretend to be any kind of expert on the subject. I just find it very fascinating. But the "it can't be done mentality" is alive and well, all while the "it can be done" mentality is doing it. Or, have already done it years ago. Also predictable are the tragedies to come. The risks are inevitable. Just like they have been with traditional aviation. As I've stated, I don't have the answers. Heck, I don't even know all the relevant questions. But there's one thing I'm fairly certain of regarding PFVs, flying cars, whatever you want to call them. They're coming. Sometime in the future, 20 years or 50 years, they're coming. To a certain degree they're already here. There is an infinity of questions to be answered. Obviously. It will likely be slow and in continual development. Even today's aviation is constantly evolving. There will always be tragedies. That too is obvious. But I believe the field of PFVs will continue to evolve and develop. Whether they're for the rich or the middle class (I agree, they likely won't be for the poor) or for commercial use only. It's a field that will continue to evolve. Of that I'm fairly certain. Risks and tragedies notwithstanding.