You're more than welcomed.
Another issue has come up. On my last outing I was doing a lot of touch and goes. With a glider such as this, with the prop in the front, they are more like skip and goes. The issue that has surfaced is that there are no bearing supports in the fuselage for the axle. This means that the thin wire axle will cut through the fuselage foam on each landing. One needs to add spreader plates to the axle support to protect the fuselage foam.
I'll post how I accomplished this when I accomplish the modification.
I think it's been long over due for Flyzone to come out with a version III of the Calypso. This version III should address durability issues like the canopy tub, the upper wing fairing (wing hold down), and landing gear axle support. These mods should cost around $1 USD at the point of manufacture. (I'd also like to see a lot less washout in the wing tips).
With the demise of the Horizon Radian Pro the market is wide open for an entry level glider that can grow with the new "glider driver" as a tool into the 6 servo gliders. The Calypso is such a tool, and would make a great tool with some simple mods.
While the Rapide http://www.flyzoneplanes.com/airplanes/flza3364/index.html
is a step up in performance it is in the other direction, still being a simple 4 servo glider, she is a smaller faster hotliner style model.
All the best,