It helps to have a trustworthy someone to coax you into doing things outside your comfort zone: think the streetwise buddy who introduced you to mailbox baseball, or your creepy step-uncle who introduced you to...Thai food! Holding your hand into the batsh*t crazy world of aerobatics, Exceptional Aircraft.
EA's the baby of Clark Harrell, an ex-Air Force Supersonic T-38 pilot who, for the price of gas plus a small fee, wants to fling you around in the high performance acrobatic prop planes he's now into, and, if you're so inclined, actually teach you to fly like him, then find you a plane to purchase...hahaha. For the him-flying options, you've got two dual-seat (you in front, Clark behind) aircraft choices: the Pitts S2C, an ultra-maneuverable biplane that can reach 169 knots, or the Extra 300: a superlight monoplane w/ almost unlimited range of motion that consistently spanks the aerobatic competition worldwide, and'll have your insides so devilishly spun around, you'll wish he flew one of the crappy ones that loses. Flight plans're totally customizable, but Clark suggests starting off with some low-speed touring of scenic Mt. Diablo and its surrounding foothills, before launching into any combo of sweeping loops, lazy eights, corkscrews, barrel rolls, etc, all fairly insane and capable of exerting force of up to 5 Gs, but zero No Limit Soldiers.
If you take a liking to all this, Clark's a certified flight instructor who can have you flying solo in six months, after which he'll hook you up with flying clubs (where you fly sweet planes that aren't yours), or broker the purchase of your very own plane from a manufacturer or private owner, so you can buzz your uncle's place and let him know Pad See Yu.