This was the reason I went to the 9503, crow... When I flew with the 9C (and now the 9503) I used the side sliders for crow and the throttle stick for motor. I prefer motor on the throttle stick even for hot liners. The only gliders I have the crow on the throttle stick is a full house sloper and I don't fly it enough to remember to use the stick for landings. I fly many different things and the more similar I can set them up the better.
Bottom line is I don't like throttle, flaps, or crow on a 2 or 3 position switch, I want to control them properly.
Originally Posted by aeajr
Now I understand. I presume you have flaps on a switch.
On my gliders I put my landing mix, flap/elevator or crow, on the left stick. That is why slowing down the flaps doesn't really have much value to me. I control the deployment speed by how I move the stick. If I were to fly a full house e-glider I would do the same, moving the motor to a 2 or 3 way switch. As I only use it for climb I don't need fine control on the throttle.