We had a short break in the wind and wet weather, so Micki and I scooted out to the field and snuck in a test flight of the little delta. I balanced it ahead of Leadfeather's design CG, to make it a bit less responsive, then I set the elevons at about 20 degrees.
Turned out the 20 degrees wasn't needed! Even with the CG well forward, I had to crank in all the available down trim AND throttle back to avoid climbing. Rolls were pretty quick (as you'd expect). Of course, the wind picked up after launch, but the good side was when I throttled back at about 2' altitude, held back stick, and the plane gently settled, level, to the grass.
It was too windy after that first flight, so I decided not to fly it again. Since I had another charged battery with me, Micki flew one of Jim's little EPP 22" Yaks (which did much better in the wind!).