Despite being windy, the weather wasn't too bad, so I went over to the airfield after work to meet Ken and Rick and fly the Flightstar to Marysville. Rick came with me, and we pottered over there while Ken went and played in his 162. As we were approaching, there was a guy landing on 14, but the wind was 10mph at 220, so we landed on the shorter 23 without drama. My turn to finals turn was maybe a little aggressive, but Rick seemed to like seeing what you can do with the plane. We tied it down (they have some weird setup there where they get your plane in and out of your hangar for you), and Ken and I took my conversion parts off, then flew back to Lincoln. The 162 is a civilised little plane, but I'm pretty sure I'd lose interest in pottering about in it quickly. I think it's much better suited to going places, and stuff like the autopilot helps there.