Thank you for the kind words.
The swept forward wing provides some cool flying attributes. The kite is more responsive to slight changes in line pressure. The airflow over the wing moves from the tips to the center, so when stalled, it stalls in the center, then recovers quickly. No tip stall problem with this kite. This kite can really zoom when you pull on the line. I love the way I can snap it around in a turn, which looks really cool with the swept forward wings. The kite settles into a glide as soon as you reduce the tension on the flying. Most of the gliding is with a slightly slack flying line with the line spooling out of my open hand. The kite will do a gentle turn just under the weight of the flying line. I am still learning what I do with this kite and it makes me look better than I am.