Competition is good for everyone, and 2015 promises to provide just enough to make things interesting. Mooney will be back in the hunt for the single-engine dollar, including a pair of new three-seat trainers. Cessna’s lineup will include two diesels in the 172 and 182 lines, plus the TTx and the old reliable T206. All indications are that Beech will continue with the G36 Bonanza, and Cirrus will be selling the class-leading SR20 and SR22. Piper will be marketing a diesel Archer, Arrow, Matrix, Mirage and Meridian, and Diamond will still be campaigning its DA40 Star and DA20 Eclipse. Discovery Aviation will be selling what used to be known as the Liberty XL-2 and the former Russian Avia twin, now renamed the 201 (not to be confused with the Mooney of the same designation). No manufacturer had announced 2015 prices, so all prices quoted are for 2014 unless otherwise noted.