Thanks all for the info. If/when I ever repair or sell it, the maker is an extremely useful thing to know!
Adx: I'm honestly not that advanced of a flier, so it may be *my* lack of talent that makes me say this, but no, it doesn't really trick. I can axle it, but that is about all. It just take so much time for it to rotate, that you have to walk/run a loooong way down the field to keep the lines slack. In light winds, it is very slow to recover from a stall, so the slightest rough tug on a line will usually bring it to the ground. In heavy winds (20mph) it will definitely start dragging you around, and who knows how hard it would pull at the top of its rated wind range, 30mph!