Powerfoil 5 scudding in South Haven, MI Scud tracks. Don't let me fool you - it DOES pack a lot of power. I was actually holding it steady just outside my "window" trying to regain energy to get back up and be pulled around like a ragdoll again. It's always fun to see other's expressions when a 15' x 3' x 6" kite gets airborne and what better way to end the last day of vacation for a boy from Arizona than letting him fly. His brothers and cousins were also there but Josh was the oldest. I've done an inlay of him next to the kite just to show how big it really is. I admit, the photos aren't the best but then again, who takes the best camera to sand? I've lost a few Kodak DC-290's to the sand no matter how careful I am about not letting the grit get into the motor. It didn't help that I wasn't behind my camera either considering I was the one behind the reigns. Kite at hand: 2002 (or was it 2003) Powerfoil 5 Quadline dryland powerkite. Either way, unfortunately an unattended dog decided to do small but extensive damage to the left leading edge corner - there goes $300 down the drain.