using fast wings that stall easily at lower speeds and are less responsive and more locked in to straight blasting are a pain when progressing, or trying to progress.
they held me back for sure, it was such a relief to get my first performance style wave wing, yes the 633.
it opened the door to actually enjoying my progression period, and later on, a year later on! i found it to be a very fast wing set,
holding it at 26 knts is flipping fast and hard to do for anyone
but now I am jumping all the time, and as mentioned above the timing is tricky on take off, and can tear your stomach muscles,
if using a big 633 style wing and take off badly with the kite lifting and the wing not quite released from the surface then your body's mid section acts like an elastic band and can twang your abdominal muscles quite badly, as I have found recently.
so I have cobbled together a faster higher aspect wing set, to see if it is better for jumping, I am already getting way enough hight from my 101 mast and 633 combination and landings are now sorted,
trying it out tomorrow before I head off to flag beach for a 5 week session,
I am leaning to the side of the guys who are finding the Moses style of fast wing rather good at both riding styles,
the new 720 is one of these wings,
I have tried it and it feels fast, with strong lift, very low stall speed, but you have to commit to its speed for ultimate stability, which was tiring for me and made me realise I was not as good as the wing,
but will be this year for sure, but the other new faster- big lift wings, may be a gap filler until then, if not it will be fun finding out
Another good thing about getting to Flag beach, Gunnar normally has all these wings down at the beach sometime in any given week.