In flight, the stick-force gradient in pitch was so light that I never moved the electric trim with the buttons mounted on the stick, and didn't feel the need to, so it is hard to assess the stability of the airplane. I think it will be good once the stick-force issue is corrected. I flew an approach to a stall, and there is very pronounced buffet before the airplane noses over, so I didn't miss a stall warning system. The sound level is good in the cabin even at cruise airspeed, and the standard PS Engineering intercom makes cockpit communication easy. It certainly seemed like the airplane would deliver the promised top cruise of 117 knots at optimum altitude. There is no fuel flow gauge, of course, but the Rotax burns around five gallons an hour on average.