As for an investment, though, I don't see it yet---the certifcation process for installation into existing certified aircraft is far too cumbersome, and there simply aren't that many homebuilts completed each year. It's not a very scalable business at this point.Agreed ont he certification process for certified aircraft.Homebuilts and Experimentals are the fastest growing segment of general aviation today, and with the passage of Sport Pilot many folks that can't get a medical are going to be building and flying these Sport Planes. It will be legal for MFRs to sell fully built Sport Planes, and all of these planes are the perfect size for a BRS. I didn't have one in my CH-701 but I'll put one in the Zenair Zodiac I'm building.I did see this article pushing BRS as a buy:http://www.taipanonline.com/archive/0999/microcaps.htmlA pretty extreme article, not sure if their suggested approach is the right one for BRS.Steve
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