I'm sure that your flying skills are more than up to it. I actually found the Pitts pretty easy to fly and I'm far from the best flyer on the field. The light wing loading helps, throttle back and everything happens nice and slow, almost trainer like. The trickiest thing I found was down to my lack of recent experience with biplanes.. Throttle right back and it loses speed very quickly due to all the drag. This caught me out on a couple of landings where I came in shorter and harder than intended.. For best results you need to keep a bit of power on during the finals.
I see Hobbyking are out of stock again anyway