I think you should explain what you would want it for to get there interest.
Hummmm. Think I can do that.
When flying Discus Launch Gliders I use all five available flight modes. (The different flight modes listed below are typical of a DLG.)
Here are how my modes are currently set up.
N - Speed mode - no camber
1 - Cruise mode - slight camber
2 - Float or thermal mode - max camber for lift
3 - flaperons
4 - Launch preset (on momentary switch 21)
The reason for an additional flight mode would be to incorporate a "Climb" mode and here's why. Once the launch preset is released, right after launching, the Tx obviously goes into the default "N- mode" which is the speed mode (unless one of the mode switches is activated, which could be detrimental upon launch). Keep in mind speed mode is trimmed for level flight and is used quite often, mostly for making runs to thermals or getting the heck out of sink. As my launches get stronger/higher I'm seeing issues develop using a flight mode that is trimmed for level flight also for a high speed - near vertical climb. Would be nice to have a climb mode so trims could be set just for the purpose of maximizing launch height and staying on an intended trajectory.
Reading comments from and talking to other DLG'ers, some have expressed a wish for more modes, mostly for this reason. I know Mike and Mark have the ear of the Sanwa engineers and hope they would recognize a need for such and upgrade. With DLG quickly growing in popularity, expanding the number of flight modes would make the 10G the "must have" Tx for DLG flying.