I find the above subversive to my dual world order - should I get a quad practice to improve my dualline abilities? In what way could this ability transfer work? Any special aspects of framed quad flying that would pay off to practice?
To answer the questions associated with this poll:
I like duals mainly because that is what I know. The constant challenge to improve trick reliability and appearance of tricking and flying. I'd also expect to find a kite that you can't trick with properly like a sandwich without butter or anything on top. The only 4-line kite I've tried is an old Peter Lynn 5m^2 power foil, which mostly felt like a chunk of fabric with two brakes on each side if you only consider the maneuverability of the kite (and not the traction capabilities). On the other side I'm sure a framed quad could be much interesting at least in a kind of novelty way.