malter101: Yours is the Parkzone F4-F, around 900mm wingspan, right?
That's a great little plane right out of the Box. I like the way the battery is secured and that it takes anything from the 1300 mAh 3cell that it comes with up to a 2200 (maybe more, but that's the biggest we tried so far). all you need to do is to lengthen the velcro strap and put a foam spacer in fron to the battery to adjust CoG. You can also get a lot more performance out of it with a different prop. The factory installed ESC is a little weak for that, but easily replaced.
AsSoulsDream: I've had nothing but positive experiences with my BF109 Fun fighter, went together flawlessly, flew straight from flight one and when I misjudged a turn one time I plowed it right trough a Furrow planted with potatoes and all it got was dirty. You will want to balance the prop and spinner, since theyr'e not all that precisely manufactured, but all I had to do was swap the parts orientation around until i got close.
I also have the F4U corsair funfighter and that's a whole 'nother story the hatch was bent so much I couldn't make it fit as it was, had to cut loose the canopy and re-glue it while the hatch was on the fuselage. Still, the aft of the fuselage was rather wobbly, so I haven't flown it yet. I plan to take a slice of the canopy and glue it to the rear fuselage, so that it'll become more rigid.
I hope the F4F takes more after the BF 109 than it does after the Corsair.
I would like to know how the Corsair belly lands. I have to land my fun fighters in a less than ideal mowed down hay field. Been thinking about the Corsair for a while, just concerned about the landing.