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All in all, we ended up creating 30 full length episodes usually around 45 to 60 minutes in length each , in addition to a beginners series called “Smack ” and an all inclusive 3D series called “Learning 3D”, with some others mixed in there as well. The machine setups may be different now and we may look a bit different SmackTalk started when Bobby was still a scrawny college kid and Bert still had a full head of hair but all of the flying tips, maneuvers, and basics haven’t changed one bit. In , a time when we we were traveling to dozens or more of RC heli events around the country and world on almost a weekly basis, we saw a lack of instructional videos and lessons for the 3D flying community. This includes every episode we have ever created, with the exception of episodes 31 and 32, which Bobby and Kyle did just last year This was a time when long form video content was hard to come by on the Internet and distribution was a nightmare.

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However, we realized that we were leaving thousands of customers hanging, unable to login to their account to watch their previously purchased downloads as well as guys wanting to come in and watch new episodes. Having the ability to charge for each download allowed us to do this full time for many years, without the SmackTalk family purchasing each new episode the day it dropped, we absolutely would not have been able to create this series.

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