Well I say full advantage but I'm not quite flush enough for a $2200 ride in Betty Jane, the TP-51C. (There are less expensive options and I would certainly recommend doing it even though I have not...yet.) I did walk around and inside the B-17 and the B-24. Anyone who knows me well knows I love machines; these things are pretty much the Holy Grail of machines. The inside of a WWII bomber is all business. There is no extra seating. For the waist gunners, there is no seating. The cat walk through the bomb bay is about seven inches wide. The supports coming up from the catwalk would not allow my thirty two inch waist to fit through without turning sideways. The catwalk was about three feet above the tarmac and my five year-old was pretty freaked out walking across it. I couldn't even begin to imagine what it was like being a seventeen year-old recruit working in one of those things at thirty-five thousand feet freezing your ass off with bullets whizzing at you at a loping 150mph. It's pretty amazing stuff. I'm honored to be able to have seen these things. I hope you enjoy the photos.