It would have been interesting to lay the pieces out like the way they do in a crash investigation just to see how the planes specifically collided... just for fun, of course.
In my one and only midair (his Kaos against my LT-40) I did that when I couldn't 'find' my left wing. After laying out the pieces, the left wing was there all right, just in a zillion pieces. We were able to determine that the other guy came into my plane from the left (he was in a turn at the time) and his prop chewed right through my left wing and hit just behind the TE. Most of the nose section and the mid fuse was intact so I got a lot of the pieces back, except for the servo in that left wing.
Of course, it was no ones fault but it was fun to determine how it happened because it was all over in the blink of an eye.
Sorry about the carnage, but make the best of it....