I have to agree with the others, Tom! That is some of the best flying I've ever seen. Execution of tricks doesn't get any more perfect! Sweetest looking Cometes I have ever seen!
So which ATM do you like the best?...The yellow UL or this red SUL? And ...what differences have you observed between the two....besides the obvious (wind range)?
Both kites have the same nature and abilities. I would classify both as able to take more wind than you might think. You probably would be fine with an SUL And UL for most all reasonable wind. I have yet to try the standard and am not sure what it is framed in.
With the SUL, I just fly as-is with no bridle adjustment. With the UL, I would move the nose one knot (it's an easy designed to be moved among 3 knots) nose-forward in higher wind in order to reduce pull. It also flys great this way in lower winds. The point is, that moving it forward one, you can fly the UL where you would fly standards.
I think it's a matter of what wind that you've got.
Here in Seattle at Kite hill we generally get really bad wind which this kite does fine with. It's also usually low bad wind, so likely a continually changing 2-9 with some smooth stuff here and there. Of course, maybe 20% of the time the wind is very nice when it's coming straight north or south. So, given the lighter winds we usually get, I prefer the SUL overall.
In higher winds, the UL of course makes it all easier, as does the standard I'm sure.
Again, it's the same basic feel/song with the loudness turned up or down based on the model. If anything, tricks are easier with the extra mass.
Where I fly the SUL has that rare it just feels all around sweet feeling to it that I look for in a favorite kite. I fly it in pretty high wind as well, but I don't crash much anymore either. I'd like to try the standard or perhaps a vented light (!) to see how they work in my local wind.