A couple of days ago, a 269 went down killing the pilot and passenger. As it's being reported, the pilot reported a stuck throttle and decided to hold in a hover until equipment could arrive for possible hard landing. Things went bad and it went down before a landing was attempted. The pilot is being second-guessed for not setting down before things went to hell. I'm not second-guessing the pilot but I'm curious how difficult it would be to set a 269 down with a stuck throttle. Am I wrong to assume that even at a high throttle setting and rotor speed you could dump the collective and land? I think of many helos as being close to constant-speed props in operation.