Review Content Is not a toy for little kids Flying a helicopter is a dream come true,nice for relaxing times Worth the effort Overall, I really enjoyed this product. While it broke almost immediately, it was an easy fix and I was able to learn from my mistakes and fly better afterwards. It was easy to control once you got used to it and definitely a great gift. PERFECT SURPRISE I BOUGHT THIS AS A XMAS GIFT FOR MY BOYFIREND WHO LOVES REMOTE CONTROLLED HELICOPTERS, LOVES AVATAR AND IS A BIG KID AT HEART. I HAD PREVIOUSLY BOUGHT HIM A DIFFERENT ONE BUT AS SOON AS I SAW THIS I RETURNED THE OTHER ONE AND GOT THIS ONE INSTEAD BECAUSE I KNEW IT WOULD BE SOOO MUCH BETTER!! Flying High My first helicopter, ever. So Im just getting into the fun, so I can not compare it to other products of this type. There is a learning curve to at least adequate control. But lots of fun, also lots of open space is handy. Couple of hints take off from a higher friction surface i.e. low nap carpeting and figure out the trim controls. My only complaint is the instruction manual, it was written by someone who uses English as a third language. It did not address the use of the trim controls and was iffy to understand. But as starter helicopter its quite good. Neat little RC really neat little RC helicopter Fun to fly Gift to my Grandson. Lots of fun but takes some time to learn Seems to be very well built. Cool design. The 4 channels take some time to learn but it is lots of fun to fly. Awesome copter This is a powerful indoor helicopter and requires more room until it is trimmed out and you have practice flying. It is well made, has a pretty long battery life and fun to fly. good product Can not find the the place to order more blades. The blades will break during the "learning curve" of flying the helicopter. Loads of Fun It takes a little effort to learn how to control it. It is a little more complicated than a regular helicopter. A blade was damaged and it came with a replacement, but it does not give you a number or address to contact the manufacture so you can order more. Outstanding detail Only one issue. All of my copters (8) use the left stick for throttle and spin and right stick for forward/backword & yaw left/right. This hellis transmitter has the spin on right stick and yaw on left - big difference which can result in a huge cataclysmic disaster; especially after a few beers. WECAN should have give this helli a name, hello? Manual has good parts list but it doesnt tell you how/where to get them? 2x Hello?