For both @talls6and and @Txwarthog
, whatever you build, film the maiden with a hat cam so we can help you if you have trouble.
I'm a Tiny Trainer fan. I love that it comes standard with two wings, the 3 channel glider wing which is super stable and makes for a fine slope soarer trainer. When you bash that all to bits, the sport wing has ailerons for 4 channel flight and is much faster in the air.
The polyhedral in the glider wing makes for a plane that won't roll. It's like a Weeble. It wants to stay upright. It's good for a beginner and great for catching thermals or a breeze but not much fun for aerobatics.
I fly mine now with the sport wing on 3S with a 6045 prop (or 5030X3s if out of 6045s) and it's a good sporty plane. I'm on my second TT with its third sport wing and its second nose. The first few and a ton of props and even a few lipos and escs having met with rapid unplanned disassembly events.
When you build your first plane, the first maiden is the hardest, most infuriating part.
If you film and post on your own build thread, we can often help you overcome challenges and get you in the air faster and cheaper. You don't have to do this alone and you help other newbies who maybe are lurking and haven't yet decided if this is something they can do.
Whatever plane you build, start a build thread. Take pictures and shoot video. Ask questions. Build. Fly. Crash.
Welcome to FliteTest, guys!