For my next original plane, which'll likely be a while from now, as I have to get the Stiletto sorted, I'm thinking of making a super short takeoff and landing bush-style plane. Taking inspiration from real competition STOL planes, it would have wheel brakes (i'm thinking just a pushrod with an L shape at the end to hold it), aggressive flaps, leading edge vortex generators (i think that's what they're called) and whatever else I can think of. If I can figure out how to do reverse thrust, that might find its way in as well. It'll probably be fairly large at between 1 and 1.5m wingspan, but aside from that, I haven't figured out much of the design. Learning from my experiments with the Edge 540 landing gear, it'll have to be very stout, with at least one diagonal support and a cross bar if I go with wire or a full aluminum bar support if I go that route. For tires, I'll probably go with the light foam wheels with plastic rims my hobby shop carries, but in a larger size than those on the Edge, as that struggled to get moving in grass. If any of you have experience with STOL RC planes and would be willing to give me some tips, I would appreciate it. I'm also trying to gauge interest with this, as I know there's a number of options in this space already, with the kit fox looking really promising, especially because a friend of mine has a real one and I'm sure he would love to see or build an rc version.