What’s PSS’ Power Slope Scale models are slopers modelled after real powered aircraft both propeller or jet powered and just about any airplane design can be made to glide. Most modellers try to make their planes as close to scale as possible though some tweaking may be needed to achieve good glide performance. You will see in detail and in flight some true works of soaring art like Carl Mass’ huge B-29 and Brain Laird’s collection of WW11 German fighters. As with all of Paul Naton’s films, you get great photography, lots of pilot interviews and the best flying action ever caught on film. You will also visit Los Angeles’ epic slope site Point Fermin for some half pipes ‘Cali’ style and some beautiful flights by the Fermin pros. DVD extra features include wild PSS action from South Korea with flights of a giant C-17 and all EPP B-17 and an educational painting clinic taught by PSS building and finishing expert Brain Laird. Highlights include: PSS Fest Great slope action at the 2004 PSS Festival at Cajon Pass, California, the worlds largest Power Slope Scale flying event. Features a wide variety of fabulous slopers, pilot interviews, and tons of flying. Planes: B-29, ME262, P1101, Slope Stream, SU-25, FW-190, P-63, TA-152, the Buzzbomb, and others. Point Fermin Visit famous PSS slope site Point Fermin,California, for some scenic ocean cliff sloping action. DVD extras include: South Korea PSS Enjoy exclusive footage of the first PSS fly-in held at a giant slope in South Korea. Planes featured include a huge C-17 Globemaster and B-17 bomber. Brian Laird Painting Clinic PSS building expert Brain Laird demonstrates his techniques for paining authentic camouflage with an airbrush and spray can.