Having said that, is there any special setting, or triming to do, in order to get the most low end out of this kite, since here in France some users who had both S2 and now S3, while so happy about the evolution, seem to have some difficulties to get the same low-end as with their S2 (I'm speaking of winds around 7-8 knots maybe, otherwise no problem at all apparently)???
My guess is that no special setting is required for getting the best low end.
Two things to consider.
A big low wind kite needs a bit of time to bed in. That is for all the bridle link/knots etc to tighten up and for the new canopy to iron out stitching etc. Once this is done you reach optimal preformance.
You need to do at least one good agressive session in my opinion to get it all the way.
Better still a good sesion with a big guy like me(hint hint
my Speed hasn't arrived yet).
Second thing to consider is that every kite is different. Riders that have been riding the Speed 2 19m are going to be riding the Speed 19m like it was a Speed 2. Especially at the low low end you need to get to know your kite more.
I also think that the tripple depower (variable projected aspect ratio thing) will take a bit more to get used to.