The Elan race description says:
Naturally Psionic: Elans gain the Wild Talent feat as a bonus feat at 1st level. If an elan takes levels in a psionic class, she instead gains the Psionic Talent feat.
Then in Psionics Expanded: Advanced Psionics Guide we find:
You have discovered your psionic ability, granting you limited manifesting ability.
Prerequisite: Wild Talent.
Benefit: You gain 2 power points. In addition, when you take this feat, select any one 1st level power. You treat this power as a power known and can manifest this power with a manifester level of 1 as long as you have a Charisma score of at least 11. Use your Charisma modifier to determine any applicable save DCs. If you have manifester levels from a psionic class, you may instead use the manifester level from that class when manifesting the power gained from this feat, as well as the appropriate key ability modifier.
Special: The manifester level when manifesting the power granted from this feat is not a true manifester level and does not count as a manifester level for purposes such as bonus power points, feat, item creation, or prestige class prerequisites.
Access Psionic Talent [Psionic]
You are able to manifest minor psionic abilities.
Prerequisite: Manifester level 1st or Unlocked Talent.
Benefit: You gain five psionic talents.
Special: This feat may be selected more than once. Each time, you gain five additional psionic talents.
High Psionics Games
In campaigns where psionics is more common-place, it is recommended to remove the prerequisite of Wild Talent from Unlocked Talent and substitute the Unlocked Talent feat for Wild Talent to represent how the ability to manifest powers is common within the world.
How many feats does an Elan-Aegis PC spend to obtain these 2 feats? It looks like 1; Wild Talent is free for Elan race, Psionic Talent is free when an Elan takes 1 level, and Unlocked Talent costs 1 feat slot. If the GM agrees that psionics are common, then is Access Psionic Talent free? Or must the PC pay for them?