Wed, Aug 09, 2006
Got A Few Things To Say About Oshkosh 2006? Tell Us!
E-I-C Note: THANKS for all the input... but the
MORE we get, the more YOUR input will bear on our final tallies --
so, keep it coming!
The ANN Editorial Team is working hard on all the
summaries we can assemble about the most recent Oshkosh EAA Fly-In.
As is our custom, we're taking a few days to consider things
carefully (as well as to recover from the "Big O') and are
assembling a few articles and awards lists that quantify and
qualify the very best and worst of the Oshkosh 2006 experience.
As such, we have an extensive "Best and Worst" list coming up in
a few days and our Annual "Top Plane: ANN's Best GA
Plane(s) Of the Year" nominations (to be fully decided at
the end of the year), to boot.
We're assembling a lot of data, and look forward to hearing
ALL of your comments by inviting YOU to tell us what
you liked BEST and LEAST about Oshkosh, it's people, planes,
products and programs. Celebrate, congratulate, bitch, moan... do
whatever your heart desires... but be sure to clue us in.
Let us have it... the good, the bad and the not-so-airworthy
-- and we'll take it all into account in the last few days
left before we unveil our FINAL shot at trying to document what
Oshkosh 2006 was all about.
Also; if you've got some
feedback to offer on the aircraft YOU think we need to
nominate as our 2006 Plane of the Year, speak now, or forever
hold your pieces. There's only a few days in which YOU can be
FILL US IN ON WHAT YOU THINK! YOUR opinion
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