I have two, a pultruded and a wrapped model. As above they are nice kites capable of the tricks popular at the time they were designed. Still listed in Premiers catalog too. I once spent an hour or two with mine doing side slides in perfect, light beach winds.
If you enjoy old school (pre french) add one to your bag, especially if you get it for $50-$70 dollars. It'll also make a great trainer kite too if you ever let people try out your kites.edit:
Oh you've heard of the kite I see, have one for sale yourself. Probably have to re-list it after SETI's are gone