Once in the air it’s stable and being able to use brakes or wing tip steering from one handle is really useful. It’s far more stable than I thought it would be for a smaller, faster wing. I find the speed is much higher than my EZ, giving average speeds of around 28mph on out and back flights. I haven’t had chance to work out miles per litre or minutes per litre but I can say I haven’t noticed any major increase in fuel consumption. This, combined with the higher speeds means that long distance XC’s are no problem at all. If you haven’t guessed already,I’m really pleased with the wing and pleased I took your advice. It is like a more manoeuvrable, faster version of a Lift EZ and a really worthwhile step up for a new wing.