I've been using Seattle Avionics for my sectionals, approach plates, enroute charts and airport diagrams for 2 years now. For $100/year it's tough to beat. I believe they support the Dynon equipment, leave the download manager running in the background and it automatically loads updates as the become current. I'm running Dual AFS 5600T's loaded through 2 USB memory sticks.
RV6 #20477 completed 1991 sold.
RV7 #72018 N767T first flight 11/21/2017 250+ hrs.
IO-360M1B MT 3 blade, Dual AFS 5600 QUICK Panel.
Manual Flaps. KOXC Oxford, CT
1941 J3 Cub skis,floats.
2019 dues gladly paid.
Last edited by Jpm757 : 06-20-2019 at 08:38 PM.