Point, I am trying to get across is the next generation of designers is going to incorporate the use of gyros when designing a flat foamy. You may be old fashion, but when beginners want a model that resembles some fighter or what, the gyros will assist in getting it to fly without endtips involved. For instance, all pdf's(that designer's are selling) could include the settings for the receiver. Yet, you still can fly this fighter and have your fun.
If you watch the history of heli's, very few flew them because they were complicated. What sold it was gyros, now it is very popular. The same will happen to flat foamy's. Go research what is happening to programmable receivers and how simple it has become.
It is not like programming a drone with P, I's or D. Also, you can insert in the gyro's program the condition so if a crash is imminent , punch a button on your tx, and it will right itself and perhaps it will save it from you rebuilding. Being aware that there are different ways to learn. Many prefere the simple way.
I like to design and fly unique planes.