Hi guys Had some questions for the populace. I am thinking of expanding the store to help fill in some of the required components of a ship kit. Things like rudder servos, motors, pinion gears etc. At this time I am not looking to provide regulators, cannons, or air fittings and tubing. That may change, but for now I am trying to focus on specific aspects of my product offering to help the hobby. To that end, I have reached out to a number of companies to potentially become a dealer for their items. I am looking for what the captain population wants in terms of these items. Unfortunately I, and SJS by extension, am not capable of spending $$$ on inventory to then sit on it because captains would rather buy disposable $10 servos and $5 power tool motors. These items do not have a ton of margin. The primary discount I could offer is bundling them with a ship kit purchase and working out a discount that way internally, like I do for the existing ship kit + gun boards + pump boards bundles. So, I have created this poll to try and get a finger on the pulse. The three options should be view as follows: Cheap Surplus Motors/Hobbyking level quality items. $5-10 brushed motors, $10-20 servos. I'm not a huge fan of this option, but some of you love to eat this stuff up. Its cheap, which I think is why lots of people love it, but its also not high quality. Full Catalogue of Traxxas/Hobbywing/Similar R/C hobby brands: Also not a huge fan of this, as it can complicate the selection process for new people. Most of what these brands offers isn't really "for" us. Specific curated items: This would be a hand-picked list of items I wouldn't mind personally putting in a boat. Some of them may be more expensive, brands might be all over the place, but this is stuff I would trust in my own ship. $15-20 single brushed motors, $40 brushless motors, $25 brushed ESC's, $40-60 brushless ESC's, servos from $40-90. Brands like Team Associated, Holmes Hobbies, Traxxas, Hobbywing, etc. And the final option, which is by far the easiest with the most limited liability for me: Do nothing, let the builders figure it out, maybe with a list of recommended components.