As far as 2.4 GHz transmitters go, it doesn't get any less expensive - or cheaper - than the DX5e. This one came with Phoenix RC Flight Simulator and is used only for simulated flight and flying my Parkzone Super Cub LP. I learned well after I bought it that this radio has a long history of problems and I wouldn't trust it with my other airplanes. One of these days I'll see about replacing the receiver in the Super Cub with a Futaba model, and the DX5e will be relegated to simulator duty.
|Spread Spectrum Technology:||DSM2|
|Battery:||4 x AA|
|Bound aircraft:||Parkzone Super Cub LP|