Originally Posted by FD Pilot
Some say rudder is advantageous in tight strong thermals and slow speed flaps down roll initiation. Oleg, stated he flew a ruderless Taboo and didn't like it, but didn't mention any performance negatives other than odd/different handling that you have to get used to and play with aileron differential to tune-out. Did you use aileron differential?
I don't use significantly different differential than I did on ruddered airplanes. Yes, you have to fly a bit differently here and there, but after a week or two you hardly notice it.
Flaps down I have 100% differential programmed... IE only up deflection and turning isn't much of an issue.