Turns out I was a little too quick with my positive judgement of the plane. I did try and film a good flight but in the windy conditions the plane more or less did whatever it wanted, especially when I pulled up on the nose for some high-alpha, that's when I completely lost all control and the plane spontaneously decided to do a full roll and splash into the drink. I just barely managed to have it land flat on its belly at that and ran to pull it out of the water as fast as I could. Then I checked if any of the electronics got wet but hey all looked fine so I gave it another go. After a few hundred feet of more or less straight flying it did another spontaneous roll and a nose dive into the field. When I checked the control surfaces I noticed the right thrust vectoring rudder wasn't responding, but everything else was working fine, so I guessed that a wind gust or so was to blame for the crash.
But then again, I was already warned by Nakul that another guy who had built this plane the same way didn't get it to fly properly. I'd have to disagree when it comes to level flying without any stunts in no-wind conditions but experiencing what I just did I'll have to say he was right.
So I guess it's time to get all the electronics out and put everything aside for a few days to have any possible moisture dry off and then move on to something else. Probably wouldn't be a bad idea to build another F-18, given how well that thing flew, but I have yet to try out the MiG-29 V1 that I now have the plans for.
I don't think uploading the plans for this will be necessary anymore, this plane is better off being built as designed by Sergey Alexandrov.
That`s a shame.
You won`t go wrong with the Mig 29 V1 though.