Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!! I can't even begin to explain myself so please bear with me. If any of you have watched me grow in the hobby, you know that my first foamy was the FT long EZ. I built it as a chuck glider back in March. I built another chuck glider on March 17th. Long story short in May I got the speed build kit to be my first FT RC plane. Josh said in the release video that it was almost a Trainer. Well, on May 25th, I had a different story. It kept nose diving. I finally found success after all the crashes and did a lap around my flying field. I crash landed it like most people do in the beginning. The next day I had similar luck, crashing before a lap. I was getting tired of this, so I set the Long EZ aside in favor of a Tiny Trainer I was scratch building. In like July or something I tried to fly the Long EZ I'd built on St. Patrick's day as an RC plane. I crashed it on all 3 flights resulting in the need to re build it all 3 times. The last time totaled it. So in august, I threw that airframe in the trash, having had limited flight success. Then November 3rd rolls around. I'm sitting around watching football and reflecting on my plane journey. I decide to get the SBK plane out and put in electronics. My dad said when you have a problem, only fix one thing and isolate what you did wrong. Well, I changed 3 things. I put in a new power pod, used new electronics and moved the battery forward. Success. Maiden on Nov 3, subsequent flights perfect! I've finally tamed the Long EZ! Now I can rest easy. Gotta admit it kept me up at night for a couple of nights thinking about it not working. Months later, the bird is sitting in its well deserved slot on the flight line, alongside my younger Spitfire and Mustang. For those of you who made it this far thank You for taking time to read this. You're awesome! Just for that, I'll let you in on a secret: I own a Viggen now!!!!! Just waiting on an EDF and then I'm building!