Ara... you've been asking a ton of questions about the aura so I figured I'd just jump in here myself.
If you're looking for a UL or SUL, and you're flying the talon UL you really need to probably look into the WM or Solus Comp UL before the auras. The aura 4oz is designed primarily for indoor use with some outdoor stuff in next to NO winds. anything over 3 the kite will become a puller and a tacker first and foremost. Until the bridle is adjusted properly to fit the increasing winds. The WM UL and Solus Comp UL will fly comfortably in the extreme lows (2mph-4mph) ideally (2pt LE, 3pt LS... lite kite) and are bigger kites with more mass, for the tricks the talon will provide, etc. Granted the Talon is much heavier (with more mass, for faster tricks that are handed out easily). This is fine and for the place it's made in, its perfect. Not ideal for us as inland flyers though who need something lighter to keep up with the ever changing crappy winds that literally just die at the drop of a pin. Long story short they're two completely different kites. Not even close haha. The WM/Solus series are full sized kites, like the talon, that have a low wind range below the Talon because of the light framing and more mass to do tricks because of their size. The aura is a 4 or 5 oz kite that requires a ton of finesse for super light winds and indoor use making the kite ideal in .5mph. Granted with a small kite and a small frame (less mass) the tricks don't get handed out as easily. They're all there tho, but it will take time for someone coming from a UL (for our standards inland, more like a heavy 'light' kite, or a light standard) and switching to a kite thats lighter then the PDSUL or the Ocius SUL.
For Joe and the rest of us inland guys, 2mph smooth (which would be more like 3) is perfect for the WM UL. When inland flyers look for a UL kite (most times) they look for a kite that can go down there and fly with next to no movement. SUL is even lighter.
Aura- small, used for winds (much) lighter then the ones in the video to still enjoy flying. A good kite (4oz) for indoor-2mph ideally to fly and trick when the winds are next to nothing. Smaller kite=less mass=slower tricks and a bit more work for them. They're all there but it requires more finesse and more time getting to know a truly
WMUL- Full sized 'inland UL' (more like an SUL talon) for light winds. Perfect in 2-10mph and a true light kite with all the tricks. Full sized kite=more mass=more momentum for tricks. More sail area too for lighter winds. More accessible for beginner flyers as indoor and true SUL kites do feel quite different and require a different touch. A light, buttery/smooth touch (for the most part
Hope this helps! Feel free to PM any one of us for questions. I know Joes been talking to you a lot about different kites. Anywho I'm off to chicago now but I figured I'd drop something here before I left.
Joe, as always, keep up the improvement. We talked yesterday so there isnt much to say