No GST there? Anyway, nothing wrong with a different handling of the taxes in different countries. She's worth the price in my eyes too.Rob, I fear that anything more on the 'apologize' topic may lead to an infinite loop. So, same as on customers or soon to be ones expressing that this or that is too high or too low, I can respect all viewpoints coming in the gentlemen wording. So no problem with yours of course. :smile:On the actual heads up for folks looking at the web site prices, I think I gave a working option. 'Prices shown do not include VAT / taxes of any kind' and you are as fair and open as can be. Don't worry, it's just a suggestion, nothing more. Just saw that at other web shops and found it to be very helpful.The customer does know his percentage, so if he reads 32 Euros and that small sentence, he's aware before even clicking through the purchase process. Easy.
I did not have to pay tax when I purchased the T Duke, suppose I am lucky
Haha, classy comment. Thumbs up on the humour and honesty combination.
OK I apologise!
I'll bite and place a wish for an altered sound set on the piston version. The rpm dependency of the prop sounds isn't there. I've tried to manually edit that one in, but I've failed due to no talent. However, I'd love to hear the prop rpm making a difference on the sounds.So if there is something like a small list for the piston Duke, maybe you could add that one.
RealAir has a history of doing our best to accomodate requests for features, innovations and improvements. We are absolutely fine with suggestions and criticism ...indeed we welcome it (Please see updates and other threads where we respond to many requests).
Edited by CoolP, 03 March 2012 - 05:51 PM.