Was testing a north east slope (300 feet vertical cliff) by very fresh air, was blown back at launch and taken by rotor while diving forward.
The fuse coped well (made a foam nose cone out of stacks of Depron glued together, and taped which act as a bumper), wings dislodged (held in place by elastic bands), and suffered minor damage, plywood reinforcements where elastic bands apply pressure unglued).
The fuse of my P1600 is broken since two years ago (motor mount, front of fuse, rear feathers), that is why I crudely repaired it with tape and foam and use it as a pure glider on the slope, as no motor can be any longer mounted.
I fly her when conditions are risky or to test unknown slopes.
She is very relaxing to fly even in gusty conditions where her's auto stabilizing design is apparent.
She flies as well as new (cg 1 cm or more aft of marks under wings).
I like her so much that I have an other kit ready to build when she will be lost or definitively broken.
She has certainly been in the wars
I`m glad you can keep her flying, Luis.