These are a few questions that are asked a lot at RCSparks. You may see one that you needed an answer to.... - What Truck/Rc should I buy? Well that is really up to the person buying it, I'm not spending your money you are, so no matter what I say you still have the final decision.. First ask your self what you plan to do with your rc and then go from there. This is the most frequently asked question so a little searching will go along way, but here is a link to get you started- http://www.rcsparks.com/forum/newbe...il-truck-scale-truck-should-i-get-thread.html - What is the best RC truck for 200.00? They don't exist. Especially if you need batteries and chargers. (They can be built from parts purchased cheap at auctions or from buddies, but that is the luck of the draw.) A safe number, no matter how bad you want one, for a 1/10 scale 4x4 rc truck is going to be a the very least 500.00. Yes you can get an Hpi Crawler King for around 230.00, but you will still need a battery and charger, so if that is another 150.00 , plus a steering upgrade and motor upgrade..... You see where i'm going with this. I also understand there are cheaper rc's out there, see below... -Is this RC from overseas listed on Ebay a good brand? Yes you can find cheaper priced rc's on Ebay from China and yes I have bought stuff from China that worked perfect. If you break a part on an Axial SCX10 there are thousands of places online or locally to find parts. If you want to upgrade an HPI Savage the parts that can be upgraded are endless. When you buy a Truck from china and want to upgrade the A arms to RPM because they keep breaking you are out of luck. Not that the China trucks are bad , but understand that you may have a hard time finding any parts support, and upgrades or it takes 3 weeks to get the parts you can find. - Where can I buy an RC or find this part for my RC? A large percentage of the time if you ask this question the person that gives you the answer has Googled the exact question you asked to get an answer for you. Yes sometimes the answer comes from experience, but it never hurts to take a little time to search for yourself. - My truck stopped moving what's wrong with it? This is a great example of the need for instant results. RC's in any form will require a lot of maintenance to keep them running. (Yes some just seem to run forever, but I'm not talking about those.) Before asking this question let's try a process of elimination. 1.It stopped working.. 2.Did it stop dead or is it making strange noises with no moving? 3.Are all of the batteries required to make the RC operate charged? 4.Was there smoke or fire? 5.Does it have the sound of gears stripping or grinding? Granted these are just examples, but if you will just sit down take a deep breath and think about what is happening you might just fix the problem on your own. Now sometimes a little expert help is needed so if you need to ask follow the advice in this link for the proper way to get that help-http://www.rcsparks.com/forum/rc-ch...tc/19505-how-fast-track-trouble-shooting.html Members on RcSparks love to help and usually have great answers to help with most problems, but a lot of questions have been answered several times before. These are a few common questions, and the answer most of the time ( Not all of the time) is easy to find if you just take the time to look a little. If you still don't see a question you have don't be afraid to ask.