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The thing I found to be the biggest help is moving your head for every input of the controls. If you pull up on the collective move your head up. If you put a left pedal in turn your head left. I found this to be helpful with the lag created by not being hard attached to the flying wing. When flying an airplane your inputs happen as fast as you move the controls. With helicopters there is a momentary delay causing people to input more, and then having to over correct because of it. Then the whole thing repeats, the input lags the student adds more, and you end up chasing the aircraft all over the place. When you move your head it gives the sensation of instant change for the input. I call this ( flying with your head ). Fly the rotor, not the cockpit. Thanks for reading Mick O'Brien