I was thinking of it in simpler terms. Let’s say Vy is 70 and you take off in a 70 knot headwind for silliness sake. You never went anywhere. You’re still over the runway. So getting back to the runway isn’t the problem. Getting down is. Now no-wind, your idea is correct I think. The total distance to make the turn is much longer than then straight line departure. There’s a point where these two extremes cross, I assume. But, I haven’t run the numbers. I think Mr Excel over there, Clark, could probably make a pretty graph of it. Ha.