I just bought a Cavalon and I am taking lessons for rotorcraft endorsement. I come from 35 years of fixed wing experience. I recently sold my C421C that I had for almost thirty years. I used my 421 for "transportation" as i was going back and forth from Chicago to Park City for many years. I am full time in Park City now, therefore, a transportation airplane was not making any economical sense any longer. I decided on a gyro just for a new challenge and because it appeared to be a fun thing to do, judging from the many videos I had looked at. I was not disappointed. I do not think there is anything flying that is more fun than this, but one certainly needs instruction. Anybody thinking that thousands of hours in a fixed wing machine gives them the skill to jump on a gyro without instruction will be proven a fool. However, once good instruction is received, it is probably safer than a fixed wing. I am lucky to live close to Nephi, UT where Mike Burton has its dealership, shop and school. He is a very capable and patient instructor, and i would recommend him very highly to anybody wishing to learn how to fly gyros.