I've been flying rc stuff for decades. Current favorites are foamies (E-Flite Pitts and T-28 Trojan), but lately I've been getting back into rc conversions of stick-n-tissue models. Her's the latest, a Fokker DR.I, 20" span. Noses on the WWI aircraft are so short that you have to really have to get the weight forward to fend off tail-heaviness. Good therapy for the COVID-19 lockdown! Lessons learned in rc translate directly to full scale. For instance, we've all run out of charge in the air, and it ingrains a reflexive instinct to point the nose down and attain that best glide!!