Yes, glad you’re ok!
I am back in the air as well, have been flying twice so far after I repaired the pull starter string.
However I really hate to fiddle with the two stroke at first startup.
Yesterday, engine was warmed up, pulled up the wing facing it, with a little bit of wind, turned around nicely to then lift off … bamm - engine died. I had to fix it after the carburetor settings (high/low mixture) were changed, by increasing the idle speed a bit. At least after one year of experience I start to know the system a bit better. also, after it is running, and I am in the air, the two stroke seems to be reliable.
I was in the air for 2 hours (at least, that’s positive about the combustion engines, they have much more autonomy)
But I agree, with electric systems, you can simply take a Fluke Multimeter and measure things, and fix things using a soldering iron.
I am in no way an expert, but I feel more comfortable with electric things than with combustion engines. I am waiting for Paul to accepting orders for batch 3, and I will be in.