Before you buy anything , seek outa local club and make friends with the club members. They will direct you better rather then us giving correct but philosophical answers. Plus they may have establisheda favourite beginners plane that they have had success with. What you want is a high wing, glider type that is a floater and self correcting that gives you time to react and build reflexes. Then you get more stick time and off you go to get your wings. After that "sky is the limit" Here isa good example ofa begineers plane as it has motor facing back on TE of the wing. Saves the planea lot when you crash and this equates to more stick time.