In my humble opinion, the only bush airplane that even comes close to a Super Cub in terms of Sexiness is the Cessna 185. I do not own this C-185, but my father-in-law, Mike Meekin does (MeekinsAirService.com). I am the owner/operator of Blue Ice Aviation but I fly for Meekins Air Service as well so I get to fly this beast on a regular basis. This particular Cessna 185 is an awesome machine to fly. It is a 1961 model so it is relatively light weight. It also has the IO-520 rather than the IO-470 so there is significantly more horsepower. A Robertson STOL kit was installed so the ailerons droop when the flaps are applied. A Robertson kit definitely reduces your stall speed but it also kills aileron performance so gusty winds demand a lot of rudder action. It also has the ART wing extensions which you can see in this picture as the wing tips extend well beyond the ailerons. This is an old missionary plane so it has been in South America, Indonesia, and most recently, the Philippines. In fact, it is the same aircraft that was hijacked by guerillas in South America in the 1980’s when NTM missionary, Paul Dye, was taken captive, a story that actually shaped the course of my entire life … but that is for another day. I love this airplane and if you are interested in flight-seeing which does not involve landing on glaciers and mountain tops than we will likely use this aircraft. Come check us out Meekins Air Service/Blue Ice Aviation does more remote bush flying than anyone else in the state of Alaska.