I am thinking seriously about adding a rotorcraft rating and purchasing a light piston helicopter. I seem to have narrowed my coice down to the Enstrom line of helicopters as they offer the only turbocharged models and I feel I really need the turbocharging as I live where the valley floor is at 4,500 ft M.S.L and everything goes up from there. Also due to it's high enertia rotor system the Enstrom has excellent autorotation properties. I've already found a training facility in Colorado that trains in the Enstrom and are at 5,000 ft M.S.L. Any thoughts,or suggestions?
Any comments, just one. I am jealous, I took a couple lessons but couldn't talk my wife into $200/hour with a perfectly good fixed wing of my own sitting on the ramp.