On other news, I'm fucking starving, lunch won't be here for another 40 minutes...
What else? oh yea, I guess I'll finish this with another quick tip.
Never, EVER hardcode numbers, if you need to, use a const variable for it, this will describe what this number is being used for. Doing stuff like this:
float fAltitude = fCurrentAltitude * 0.304799f;
will just confuse the hell out of whoever tries to read your code, instead, do this:
const float fMetersToFeetRatio = 0.3040799f;
float fAltitude = fCurrentAltitude * fMetersToFeetRatio;
by doing it this way you don't have to guess what's going on, it's plain to see you're converting fCurrentAltitude from meters to feet.
And that concludes todays quick tip.