This post is a solicitation for opinions/links/reviews/photos of the Sig Mfg. Co.'s "Rascal" plane. I'm a relative newbie who has semi-successfully flown an AeroBird Challenger for the past few months. I've also got an old GWS "PicoStick FD" ARFthat I've got a few hours on (mostly crashing this one - it's now sitting in the basement with motor mount sheared clean off, thanks to a folding wing and subsequent nosedive into asphalt).
Anyway, I'm thinking of buying a Sig Mfg. Rascal (the one with the 49" wingspan) ARF, and was wondering if anyone cared to comment on its suitability for a fairly new R/C pilot. I am assuming that it would be compatible with the same servo/battery/radio setup I've got in my Pico. I'm also assuming that this ARF won't be too much more trouble to put together than the GWS. Am I right?
I love the looks of this plane, and have read some good things about its handling (not too twitchy, nice flight model). I know that straight out of the box it's not got ailerons - which is fine for me right now, but perhaps in the future I'd like to graduate to true 4-Ch flight - is it possible to modify this little Rascal to use airlerons?
Thanks in advance,J