Most startup airplane companies promise the moon, but the laws of physics keep the moon in its place and the performance of light airplanes little changed. What Adam is offering is an alternative, not a miracle. For example, Adam predicts a maximum takeoff weight of 6,300 pounds. That is only 100 pounds more than what a pressurized Baron weighs, so meeting that goal requires no magic. Max cruise of the CarbonAero is pegged at 250 knots, with a high-speed cruise of 223 knots. The P-Baron cruises that fast with 325 horsepower a side, so Adam needs no miracles with 700 total horsepower available. And the CarbonAero's price is now at about $800,000, a little on the lower side versus other pressurized prop airplanes, but it won't take a walk on the water to achieve.