A bit of a look at the Nasa Star 2 kite from Born-Kite.de. Slightly higher aspect than a NPW 5, the Nasa Star 2 is a three line kite - the third line giving the ability to depower the kite - either subtly or completely simply by incrementally pulling on the third line. I haven't flown Nasa's before, so this is a new experience for me. The Nasa Star 2 delivers solid power at quite slow speeds and the power remains very steady even in gusty conditions...well, at least compared to a foil it does! Very responsive to turning input. The kite is one of the most stable kites I've ever flown. It's very light weight, being a single skin (so it will fly in quite light winds), there's no cells to burst or spars to break. It may not have the same wide wind window that something like an Ozone Method has, but I had no problems getting up and down my track in the buggy. Excellent build quality and excellent value. Being my first Nasa wing, I haven't quite worked out proper landing/launch techniques but I didn't have any problems in that dept. Made by Born-kite.de who answered all my emails in a friendly and prompt manner. This one is the 4m, but I reckon I'll have a few more of these before too long! Like it a lot.