Ok, I have finally managed to fly the Mini Blitz. The first thing I noticed was that I had dialled in too much reflex (maybe) and that it had a strong pull to the left (right thrust needed?) Once I had trimmed it to fly straight and level I tried full throttle in the vertical plane, wow, this little delta is much faster than my FunJet. I think 'AWESOME' is the technical term you Americans use
Anyway, further flying proved that the magnetic catches were well up to the task of holding it all together and also, that the loops weren't true and the rolls very barrely. As I found out later the amount of 'right' aileron trimmed in was resposible for these faults. The landing was, as ever with a delta, a total none event and so slow and controlable. Motor and battery were hardly luke warm afterwards proving that I had a nicely balanced set up.
All in all, a great success in converting from glow to sparks, but I will definately have to factor in some right thrust (and maybe a touch of down thrust), and I think that a 200 Watt motor is a bit OTT for this plane, 100 Watts would be nearer the mark I think!