The Legend Cub is a competitor of the Carbon Cub SS, with the advantage of double doors. The Legend I got to ride in had a 150hp. Lycoming and 35" bushwheels, inflated to only 6 psi., to soak up any bounces on landing. It took off in 211 Ft. (we measured afterward)! The legend was named Miss Lu Lu.
The Rebel has a HUGE tail, which makes it somewhat hard to fly. The elevator has so much leverage that there is no blow-back when you release the stick. I got to take the controls once, and it was not easy. The pilot landed within 500 Ft. multiple times, which is really good considering that the Rebel is a fair bit larger and heavier than an LSA.
I started flying early 2014 with a HZ Champ, then started to learn basic aerobatics with a UM T-28, quickly followed by a UMX Pitts and a UMX Yak. Now I'm progressing into more advanced 3D and XA with a Twisted Hobbys 32" MXS-C and an EF 48" Edge.