Between RC and some full scale flying, I've discovered that I'm not a good stick and rudder pilot at all. My hand eye coordination isn't good, and neither is my sense of balance or depth perception. Most kids grew up playing video games and ball sports, but I didn't, so that might be why I fell behind in those areas. And I doubt it's possible to catch up later on if you don't develop those skills as a young kid. I've wanted to fly in the Air Force for years, but realizing that I don't have the physical skills of a good pilot is making me doubt that I'm actually cut out for it. Of course I could learn to fly with enough practice, but military pilots need much more than just the bare minimum stick and rudder abilities; they're supposed to be naturally talented pilots. So should I not plan on being a pilot? Or could I try to get better in hopes of catching up to everyone else? It's not like I need to figure it out right now but will need to make a decision in the next few years.