https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=10611 (link to Outerzone original plans)
Design and Aerodynamics
I'm not sure exactly how to refer to the wing, as it's something between a slightly swept wing, a trapezoidal wing, and a mild delta. The original seems to have just a tiny bit of back sweep/raking of the wing tips past the root chord, making it a proper swept wing. My version does not share this feature, and the wing tips line up with the root chord more like on a delta or trapezoidal wing. My version also has a one piece elevator with the vertical stabilizer in front of it rather than a split elevator/tail plane like the original. Other than those two factors, the dimensions and profile are very identical to the original. For weight and simplicity, I went with a one sheet thick wing with no air foil.
I went with a 3ch A.E.T. control setup, although this plane will fly great as R.E.T. too with a bit of dihedral, and I imagine it would work well on 4ch. Wing loading comes in at 13.71, and CG is located 4" back from the leading edge(these figures are also given in the plans). The high mounted swept wing has a lot of inherent "pendulum stability", so I went with no dihedral in the wings with my A.E.T. setup, although the original balsa plans do seem to show a very slight dihedral. The result is a very responsive and maneuverable yet stable plane with gentle stalls and great high speed potential, but not a dedicated "slow flyer", as its responsiveness and maneuverability are not apparent at super low speeds, where the plane is a bit clunky and prone to slight wing rock and gentle stalling. Maneuverability is still good at a modest to moderate cruising speed and outstanding at faster speeds.