kite is easy to mount, there is only the span to fit, and
the stretcher to adjust. It sits on the ground, ready to
take-off, and thus, it doesn't need an assistant. Its behavior
in the wind is very steady and foreseeable. It doesn't do
loopings, even in the worst circumstances, and doesn't fall.
When the wind lessen, there is a break point where it drops,
and it comes down like a parachute. It is an excellent flyer.
stability for kaping is fairly good. Although its surface
is modest, its aerodynamic output is good enough to lift
a light rig in 5 m/s winds, and a 1kg rig over 6m/s winds.
Its wide wind range works my preference for it when the
wind is persistently varying between 3 Beaufort and 4 Beaufort
up to 5 Beaufort. it is possible to set the bridle to get
more pull, and despite of it, it will remain steady, but
will requires a higher minimum wind.