OK so for the past 3 years I've been into ground-only and considering trying out flying. I've had one heli and one cheapy glider before but those had some issues. The heli was an exceed madhawk 300 which was hard enough just to get it hovering properly, the slightest breeze and it'd try to get away from me. The glider was a Skyfly which I could fly ok but it always liked to pull to the left and for the life of me no amount of tweaking would fix it. A few years down the road, I'm thinking about giving it another shot. Now of course with all my funds set on getting my pc built this isn't gonna come about for quite a while. There's no telling I'll even stick with it or just sell the kit and give up trying to fly entirely. But my question is, if I do try it again, should I get a plane or a heli? I'm wondering which one is generally easier to control, given the flying area is a football field with little wind. My house has lots of tall trees and bushes around it and the nearest open flying area is a clearcut logging area up the hill, but that has LOTS of wind and there's no safe spot to land so I'll stick with the football field which means I won't be flying it too often. Also, which kits of each area are beginner friendly but also still fun to fly when I get more skilled flying it. I don't wanna get a kit that'll be too easy to fly and when I wanna push it's limits more I get bored easy. I don't judge by brands, mainly just whatever is easy to fly, is halfway durable in a crash and is at least halfway affordable (call me cheap if you want, I don't wanna pay a fortune for something I could very easily break). I'm sure many of you have expensive kits that are only for experienced flyers, but can anyone give me some input here? It'd be appreciated.