The GWS 190 certainly is a great flying aeroplane. On my second flight I kept thinking "This is almost as good as a Formosa II.
I preformed an Avalanche this morning and despite the aeroplane being in a weird unstable attitude recovery took only about 25 feet.
I have started my paint job. When I flew this morning. The grey on grey on grey made visibility difficult when flying at a distance but this is not a major problem. The aeroplane is so controllable that you will not use up a lot of sky while flying.
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