The E.S.P. will never be a real substitute for getting your pilot?s license or attending flight school, but it serves as an easy-to-read checklist to review before flying and could make a difference should the real pilot become incapacitated and the non-pilot passenger have to take over. The E.S.P. outlines a 12-step process that shows how to control the airplane, radio for help and land the aircraft. Suitable for most single-engine and light twin aircraft only, the checklist is a partial list of the information needed to properly operate an aircraft. But the concise, well-organized and durable 7.5-inch by 10-inch laminated card is full of images of what you will see in the cockpit and out the window. Tom Benenson?s wife, Judith, used it and found it easy to understand. To order the $15 E.S.P., call 800/359-3741 or visit www.CheckMateAviation.com.