I agree completely that you should do Option 1 and 2, in that order. I have sold several planes with the VP200 installed, and that hasnít affected the sale. Personally, I would have no problem buying a plane with the VP200. Once you fly with the VP200 youíll wonder how you could live without it. A huge benefit is that you have replacement parts in the case that they are needed.
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