WE LOVE! I MEAN LOVE THIS THING!!!, I was scared at 1st to buy this Item because of all the reviews stating that it was a ""BAD BUY"", ""Dont work"" and so on. After getting it today, my son and I ripped this bad boy open and took a YouTube crash course on piloting planes, and BAM! hours or fun! The plane comes with NO batteries, you will need SIX AA's. Comes with the remote and of course the plane. My son AGE 4 is able to fly it and crash it in my head( Loves that part) all in all Probably the best 25 Bucks I have ever spent.Plane:The plane itself is very light, and seems to be made very sturdy. It has 2 props that move when you push the throttle lever up on the remote. On the bottom of the plane is the Charging port to plug in to charge the plane from the remote( the charging cord it hidden in the remote, must slide down the plastic shield to get to the charging cord). Also you will find a very tiny white slider switch on the bottom of the plane, slide it forward to turn on the transmitter, how you know the plane is on it a blue light on the tip of the plane will flash. After a few flights with crashes I do notice that the prop is moving forward to a point that it is touching the wing, and must be pushed back in place. I fixed this easy with a little bit of glue.Remote:Is made of plastic and not to heavy, it is an okay size for little hands to still be able to control the plane. The remote has an on/off switch and a channel switch on the front, so you can have multiple planes going at once. Also on the front is the shield that slides down to expose the charging cord to connect to the charging port of the plane. On the back of the remote you will find the battery cover. The remote will take 6 AA's, so make sure to order or get some. Once the Plane is connect to the remote for charging, it takes about 10-15min to charge, how you know it is done charging is the GREEN light will turn off. NOTE: the remote must be on for you to be able to charge the plane.