The October 2007 edition of RCM&E is out soon and it's crammed full of columns, features and reviews from all your favourite contributors. This month's reviews include:

  • Hangar 9 Sopwith Camel Chocks away with the cover model
  • Xtreme Stick Can 60 worth of budget hack really deliver?
  • Yak 54-E The electric 3D aerobat from Freestyle-RC
  • Multiplex Acromaster - An Elapor delight?
  • Ultrafly PC-9 An RTF park-fly that satisfies?

  • Features include, 'Piping a Good Tune' Pt.2 where Andy Ellison concludes his tuned pipe tutorial. In Chipmunk Re-volt, Marc Scully describes how he electrified the CM Pro' aerobat and we have our Cosford 2007 show report in full.

    Alex Whittaker has the Pt.4 of his 'Project Bushwhacker' where the radio installation is tackled and in starting a new three-part series, Tony Jones gets down to basics for those interested in starting electric flight, particularly i.c. flyers.

    In Turbine Taster Pt.2, Trevor Walters fires up the Wren 54 and Nigel Hawes reviews the Solar Models Acro-Jet and has lots of new electric flight products to talk about in his regular 'Fly Electric' column.

    We have another great competition this month where a lucky winner will have the opportunity to walk off with a Multiplex Acromaster kit and power package worth 200!

    This month's free plan is Bloody Mary, a '30s style, open cockpit airliner designed by David Stevens. It provides the opportunity to add plenty of detail and the finished model just oozes character.

    If any of that tickles your fancy then be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up the latest issue of RCM&E for just 3.80. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run and subscribe?