No not yet, but more and more people ask me, while finding out is so easy, just forget to mount your stab. But I have no doupts a 1200 cm² Wing especially with the shape of the Onda has to be easy, look at the video from Øyvind what is possible, would espect the ketos and moses 1200 cm² mono are on a similar level for mono.
At Gong actually I would definetly go with the 70 cm span "size M (1257cm2 projected area, 1450cm2 developped)" surf wing:
https://gongsupshop.com/epages/box1707. ... LLSURFCPTM
But actually I would recomend it with an additional 90 cm strut, which I haven't tried yet, but shouldn't be to soft for that, tested it with the 80 cm which was also ok.
The 80 cm SUP wing, can be ridden as kite monofoil, but is not necessary or close to to big, starting in combination with a pocket board has been more difficult with the 80 cm wing.
The surf 65 wing is in my eyes just to soft at least for normal stabi foiling, but still have to test it as mono, but than for sure will cut the tips to make it smaller and stiffer, but so not sure if good for monofoil beginners.
And pay Attention, the SUP 80 cm and Surf 70 cm wing conection to fuselage is longer and is in both direction not compatible to the both kite (65 and 60 cm) wings, why I build a fuselage cutted in three parts to make every combination and also monofoiling possible. Not finished yet, final goal is to have 1000 different combinations, calculated without the possiblity to additionally shim the stabi and strut. Actually I am at around 100 foils as I am also able to move the mast in steps Forward above the wing. … But as you can expect, it will take a bit to test all possibilities to find the best.
But also know, I am not sure how the 70 cm will be for jumping and how it will survive it, as to much span and therefore load and also a bit to slow for fun with jumping.
So for jumping best beginner choice is still the 990 cm² Levitaz Cruizer in combination with one of the newer full carbon struts from 2018. Or maybe the named wings from moses or ketos, where I don't know the stability for jumping and also would have a bit of a doupt, when jumping and landing hard.
Thanks for the link, just great, every new video.