Unlike the fly-by-wire logic in an Airbus airliner, there are far fewer electronic nannies in the Falcon, Gulfstream or Legacy jets. Where the Airbus family of airliners will prevent the pilots from banking more than 67 degrees in normal-law mode, the pilot of a Falcon 7X, G650 or Legacy 500 can do barrel rolls all day long. Dassault’s fly-by-wire philosophy maintains a given bank input up to 35 degrees, but automatically returns you there if you bank beyond 35 degrees. By the way, Airbus, Dassault Falcon and Embraer have all gone with sidesticks in their full fly-by-wire applications, while Gulfstream and Boeing have retained yokes. After gaining a fair amount of experience with both, I don’t have a definite preference, although obviously the sidestick frees up a nice chunk of cockpit real estate.