This is a Modified Harbor Freight P-51 light foam RC airplane. It is classified as a Park Flyer. It fits that category (after powerplant mods) mainly because it is light weight (around 1 pound) for it's size, thus does not do well in any significant wind. Other than that, it is a fairly fast flying plane and delicate to handle, as are any RC low wing planes, modeled as a war birds. They take getting use to and require finesse. This is my first real RC outside of indoor helo''s and Foamie Air-Hog micro planes. After many hours on the Real Flight RC Simulator Flying all types of planes including this very model, I still fell victim to some poor reflexes which resulted in at least 2 major crashes requiring extensive foam repairs and remounting the motor, gearbox and stick mount. Thus the new paint scheme. I have had numerous bad landings that cause either no or very minor damage. Simply put. As tricky as it is to learn to fly these things--they are repair friendly. Make sure they are CG balanced and controls surfaces are trimmed neutral, then maybe tweak in a slight right rudder and slight right roll on your radio before first flight. Always begin takeoff roll with extra right rudder to counter torque and up elevator. As the plane picks up speed on the ground; if it starts to pull right--relax the right rudder imput enough to straighten it out. If it creeps left, add more right rudder to keep it straight. It is easier to correct it that way on take off than to react too late when it turns hard left at take off speed. Balanced and trimmed right like this plane is, they power-off glide real nicely to smooth landing provided that you start the glide high enough to build up and maintain airspeed, and this plane doesn't require much to do that. That is true for any low wing plane whether RC or real thing.