If you're looking for a powered glider to use as a primary trainer, i'd look into Darwin garrison's Push-E-cat, because it's made of EPP foam and uses a fairly standard S400 system. http://www.rc-aero.com .
I myself have not flown the push-e-cat myself, so you might do a search on ezone and read up on it.
I actually taught myself on a DAW S1-26 EPP foam glider, launching off a light hi-start. Also a very nice first glider/plane; just don't expect to contest performance out of it. Pretty darn near indestructible -- EPP is definitely the way to go!
[This message has been edited by chlee (edited 08-01-2001).]
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