>  The fuselage will have to develop a LOT of lift to fly on
 those little wings with four people on board, full fuel, etc. As Wilton
 often points out, the laws of physics ALWAYS win.

Especially when you lose power.
A normal airplane can glide indefinitely at 5:1 or better until you
run out of AGL. A helicopter can auto-rotate with a little skill on the
part of the pilot.
But what do you do in not quite wingless craft with a 150 mph stall speed
and folding helicopter rotors when you're used to having a computer land you
VTOL?

Crash, splatter or make a fireball of some size.

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