First person with a Bobber on BCP gets major cool points.
Gotta love the out of box thinking on that one.
Agreed Matt, one thing though: when I fly with both doors off I notice a major difference, well a difference anyway, in how it side slips. With all that fabric still at the Poly Fiber plant, this thing would be, while great in cross winds, somewhat lacking in slip to dump altitude mode. I may have it wrong, but it sure seems like my bird doesn't fall out of the sky as well (when I want it to) with doors off. When I really want to max out my off airport capability, I make sure the doors are on, as slipping, along with flaps/throttle, airspeed control etc. are all part of my required tools, and I'd hate to give up the slip thing.
My opinion of the Savage company has gone up a notch, for them to have the cajones to not only think this thing up, but market it, very out there thinking!