Well, it'll definitely be able to go 200mph without a doubt. That will truly be awesome. I'll fly to work in about 90 to 120 seconds, because my normal drive is about 15 minutes at about 30mph average due to all of the side roads - so about 7 times faster. The only issue is they'll have to scrape my remains up into a body bag with the thing crashes due to an absolute loss of control. You have to remember that while Moller has spent the last 20 years on just getting the thing to go up in the air, going forwards, left, right, elevation and descent, and landing he basically has zero experience at. People, give it up. MLER is dead.