mark is right, i take the first lesson with him and i loved the handles setup, couple of experienced fliers disagree with that but i feel control the kite best.
i have a rev reflex and is fun but for me just if, remember for me, if the wind is at least 3 MPH and that because i am still new on quads and second i am not aggressive on movements. i like the kite to flow and reflex is do that great after you have some experience with standard sails at the edge of window.
good luck with that B-series and have fun
Glad to hear Lolly helped you out with a swap. Of course, you know that the B-series will NOT make it easier to learn to fly a quad-line kite, and will increase the tendency for the kite to fall out of the sky at the edge of the window in gusty and shifting wind, so stay away from the edges until can make both up-turns and down-turns quickly. The flatter a sail is the more easily it can slide. Other than that just have fun on your quad journey. Talk to and fly with the experienced pilots in your area. Drive over to where LeMasters and the bunch he hangs out with fly, and shake them down for everything they know. Try their set-ups. If you don't ask to try them they will probably force you to anyway. After a couple of sessions with that group you'll be semi-pro in a hurry.
Have fun, smile and don't forget to breathe -- 'cause that's what it's all about anyway.
And the drama? What drama? We're here to help, and we love to do it! You'll get our opinions whether you want them or not, and we will all only agree on one thing -- JUST DO IT!
The Quantum will be a bit heavy for the winds you described, until you have a lot of experience. It is a great, well-made and durable kite, but can be frustrating in lower wind speeds. Consider the Zephyr as an alternative, if your preference is for Prism kites.