the depower works, its similar to a peak. trailing edge flutters without tension but you lose all steering depowered. Not unlike trying to turn a depower with the bar all of the way out. It turns solely by the back lines so without tension it doesn't turn. flying unhooked, you have to find the sweet spot between power and depower. Almost like flying a nasa on 4 line without z bridle but different.
I don't think the depower is that usable unless flown hooked in which I have not done. I would guess it would be a dream for those with hard pack beach or beach pathway that can cruise long distances. you could hook in and have full control over the power I would imagine. Still a balancing act as there is no built in limiter like a standard depow bar has. I might rig a harness line and try it on a longer stretch although I'm always a little leary hooking in on asphalt.
I had some technical difficulties with my old camera. I've never plugged the camera I bought from you in yet so I'll try that one. I'll have to get some mounts for it though. I have a little bit of cell phone video, but I'll try and do better than that.
My favorite thing about it right now is landing and super easy reverse launch. That works flawlessly