After about an hour of hearing "Didn't you bring anything bigger than a Mini Mag and G motors", Ed pulled out his surprise of the day, a homemade EX sparky motor. Loaded into a 3 inch, 3000 ns case, the motor promised full K if not baby L performance. Ed loaded the motor into his (still unpainted) Bad Attitude, and promised a loud and spectacular flight. We were certainly not disappointed. The rocket ROARED into the air, trailing a column of fire, black smoke, and thousands of titanium sparks a hundred feet behind it. Near the end of the burn the black smoke stopped but the brilliant sparks continued, and the rocket looked like a comet or a meteor entering the atmosphere. A MOST SPECTACULAR flight. The rocket used dual barometric deployment and deployed a streamer right at apogee. At around 500 feet the main chute deployed and the rocket landed safe and undamaged about 100 yards away. Max altitude was 3964 feet, the highest flight of the day.