Lockheed Martin's got a new super sleek 12-seater executive jet that's costing a mere $2.5 billion to develop out in Nevada. When all is said and done, the QSST (quiet supersonic travel) jet will rock the 4,600-mile trip from Los Angeles to New York City in under two hours flat. Finally, you won't have to worry about your video ipod running out of battery before your flight lands. They're hoping to have diplomats and high-level business execs hopping on board by 2013. Not to be outdone, Nevada rival Aerion has their own acronym and prototype, the SSBJ (supersonic business jet). Apparently there's a market for up to 300 of these jets - though the biggest problem (other than the estimated $80 million dollar price tag) is finding engines and figuring out a way to reduce the impact of the sonic boom.