deandob;n1127185 said:The biggest issue is the bottom of the rudder has worn down so needs repair to the carbon fibre (I assume not too difficult - but the arrow does not seem to have any protection for tail scraping on takeoff/landing). I thought it flew well but I was only a passenger and not experienced enough.
The ArrowCopter has a tail wheel which protects the rudder and makes it impossible that the bottom of the rudder touch the asphalt. Earlier versions had a protectice carbon fiber spur which served the same purpose albeit not as elegantly. You can damage your rudder only if you take off this spur and fly without it.