I'm going with Voltron with reservations on the CrashTestHobby
Albatross. This plane flies as well as a Slow Stick, slow, controlled, wonderfully stable, but is made of almost indestructable EPP, like the Zagi. It would last much longer than an Easy Star, Bixler, Champ, anything else on the market, while delivering superior flying characteristics. Actually these things retain the very slow flying characteristics of a Slow Stick (superior to the Champ or Super Cub) while unlike the competition being EXCELLENT in windy conditions. This is not a recommendation that a brand newbie learn in the wind. It is only saying that a 10 mph wind is nothing to this plane, while it is a hurricane to a Champ and a gale to a Super Cub.
What's the reservation? Lee is only making them in a kit. Yes, he has nearly foolproof video instructions on You Tube, but imagine if this plane were available in an RTF. Doesn't look like it's going to happen. I knocked on the door hard and persuasively and Lee just doesn't see what he has and what its true potential is. Either that or he's not interested in being the #1 learner plane, because that's what he would have in about a month if he just did the last 15% or so to make an RTF version and get a full parts inventory available. It's possible he just doesn't want to grow that big...
But if you have help or have building experience, the Albatross is by far the most durable, easiest to fly learner plane in the business. That's saying a lot.
See for yourself: this thing is most impressive! Some crash testing for you.