Durafly Dynamic S
Have flown my Dynamic S twice so far. Maiden flight ended in a slight crash due to one of the wings being warped. Fortunately, the crash was more like a tumbling landing and only a slightly separated nose which I was able to glue up. Ended up having to add weight to one wing tip after taking a hair dryer and boiling water to the suspect area of the wing to take out some of the warp. Flys pretty true now with the wing weight (two pennies taped to the underside of the wingtip). Plane is a lot of fun but not a slow flyer as it does have a tendency to tip stall if you fly it too slow, even with the cg spot on. Running 2200 MH 25 and 35c batteries which give me about 5-6 min. flight times at part throttle. What's great is you can climb to altitude quickly, then shut off and glide down looking for thermals or you can "boom and zoom" climbing under throttle, then diving and recovering into another climb! The plane is great fun and mildly aerobatic for a glider, not a true hotliner but fast enough for me, a fairly new flier with most of my air time on a PZ Radian (great plane), and PZ T-28.