Had my first lesson in a super cub today. Really enjoyed it once I got used to how heavy the controls are. It's a spartan example, though it does have electric and a radio, it doesn't have much else. Not even a slip indicator ball. I enjoyed flying a simple, effective machine. Anyway, I really like the instructors style and communication. She's got a fair amount of experience instructing and the typical commercial jobs like banner and glider towing and skydiving, but she's young, she doesn't have CFII yet. But.... I get the feeling she's not an expert in tail wheel. She's got a fair number of hours in Pawnee's towing. She taught me 3 point landings today; when I ask her about wheel landings I get the feeling she's not a fan of them, but maybe that's just a side effect of flying them commercially? Just slam it down and hook up the next glider, etc.... I'm going to continue with her because one lesson isn't enough to tell yet anyway, but I'm inclined to stick with her and maybe find someone else to teach me the finer details once I have the endorsement. Opinions?