I did the 2nd and 3rd flight. Each was about an hour. These were still for the purpose of engine brake in and for me to learn how to fly it and land it. I went in the morning in calm winds. I did landings at Anacortes and Skagit. The calm weather gave me a chance to do really nice landings, keeping the nose up and built my confidence that I can fly and land this airplane well. But that's easy in no wind. The third flight did have about a 7 knot nose wind straight down the runway. That's even better than calm. Landings were even easier.