Well, decided I might as well and check out Mr. e`s suggestion tonight as curiosity got the better of me, so down in my dungeon I went to play with my 11X again. I deleted both my mixes, than went to the "wing type" menu, and slaved/matched my elevator servo with the other one and wolla! Done. Took about 30 seconds. And now I have all 6 mixes empty for other things if I choose. I will do the same for the ailerons 2morrow night. I will also mess with the throttle curve a bit 2morrow a bit. I did though, put my choke servo on my left top trimmer switch above the throttle gimble. I chose this switch because it is not easily bumped on during flight and killing my engine. Ahead is choke off, one beep down/back is about 30% choke (for a 10 to 15 second first run of the day warm up), and one more beep down/back is complete choke with the butterfly closed ( I always have set my choke switch, smoke switch, and rate switches like my throttle stick, so that up, or ahead is more throw volume or open). This was easily done by first going to the "device select" menu. Then pick and click a aux channel you want to use for choke (or whatever) by clicking INH to ACT. This turns the channel on. I used aux 4. Then after you clicked your channel, you get three choices in a second "window" (Bill Gates can eat $h!t). LTRM 3P (it is what I used, Left Trim 3 Point), LTRM 2P, or LTRM MO (in this setting, the trimmer must be pushed and held, let go and the channel returns to previous setting.) After this is done, the three positions can be set by using "travel adjustment" and "sub trim". Although this is not as nice as the pinch wheel for choke on my PCM 10, it does work slick by eliminating the chance of it being bumped during flight unlike a toggle switch, or a slider like is on the top rear corners. The 11X is quickly coming to me a fun radio to set up if a few pointers are known. Thanks for the help guys.