Originally Posted by coa106
I have been flying my SSS for over a year now. My SSS is my short/medium range (2-3 Miles) FPV aircraft. would go longer range but I dont have enough battery power to go LONNG range. I fly this as a airliner style as much as possible. smooth and gentle and it does fly very stable inherently. Level flight with gentle turns. although it will turn sharply with no trouble at all. I have heard about the weak wing saddle so I decided never to do loops , rolls or pull and high G maneuvers. I have reinforced the wing saddle the best I could with extreme packing tape and all seems very solid to date. I do check periodically the wing saddle for any issues but all seems good so far. I upgraded the wing spar with the hollow carbon fiber tube to save weight. The wing still fits very tight . I know there are many very good fpv models out there but the SSS when treated with TLC has proven to hold up well. Hope this info helps.
Thanks for the reply. Sorry it took me so long to catch up.
I finished reading the whole thread though! Am still considering this plane as my aerial video platform. Maybe I'll treat myself with a purchase before the end of the year. And I also read about the Nitroplanes version; seems to have a couple of neat features too.