I've been into radio controlled models since I was young. (I am 47 currently so its had time to get out of my system) I had tried more or less every type of radio controlled model in that time. Along with helping to run the local radio controlled car club were we raced electric models racing from mardave 1/12 scale to 1/10 touring cars and off roaders for a good few years. Some models I loved and others that came and went. I've owned from 1/18 scale to 1/5large scale petrol model cars/buggies with tanks, trucks, helicopters, multicopters, planes, helicopters, boats and motorbikes along the way. Currently my list of models is down to its smallest number since I started modelling. A couple of Tamiya 1/14 trucks and trailers. One is a slightly modified Mercedes 4x2 actros gigaspace done with a star wars theme. I have a Tamiya reefer (refrigerated trailer) that can be towed by the merc or the scania that is more or less stock apart from the colour. Only problem with the trailer is it just over 3 feet long so has to sit on the shelf on its own. I am currently building a customised Tamiya scania r620 that's getting a topline conversion along a number of other things and have a Tamiya container trailer to build when the scania is finished. I have a custom 1/10 scale 4x4 that's based on axial mechanicals (as they are virtually bulletproof) with a custom chassis and jeep body for use. Its quite fun to use and its a good job its all waterproof as always needs washing off with a hosepipe when we have finished. The oddball in my current collection is a 1/5 scale electric off road motorcross motorbike. It doesn't get out too much but attracts a lot of attention when in use as people have never seen anything like it before & want to know how its so stable & why it makes the weird noise. The stability and noise is the quite heavy for the size of the bike gyro flywheel that's hidden inside the rear wheel of the bike. There are a couple of 1/24 tiger tanks that spend more time as shelf queens than being used but I used to own quite a large collection of 1/16 scale tanks but moved them on when I decided to have a go at the trucks. I have my old faithful rc18t 1/18 off road buggy/truck that has been used for indoor carpet racing, off road racing on grass and general bashing about. Anyone else into r/c? I am keeping my eyes out for a Tamiya r/c CR-V. They did the CR-V in 1/10 scale a while back but its not hit the re release as yet so are quite sought after and quite hard to find for a reasonable amount.