I talked to Oleg this past weekend about the stark. There are less than 10 in the US and unlikely to be more in the foreseeable future. Unfortunatly with high demand and small production runs getting top end DLGs is a get what is available game. Or wait for the unobtainium to surface.
On a side note. If you are interested in being competitive the most important thing is the pilots you fly with. Get any of the above models and drive as far a you have to to fly with real pros. Last year at Wilson I flew 63.99% this year I flew 97.17% barely missing the fly offs. I would say 10-15% of that improvement was new models and the other 85-90% is that I started driving an hour away to practice with the best pilots in the area. I am still being amazed by what is possible with these aircraft. There is ALWAYS lift. You just have to find it.
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