Originally Posted by BEagle
It sounds awfully like you're trying to reinvent the Beagle Pup 150!
A wonderful airplane hopelessly over engineered resulting in the company losing money on everyone they built. The economics are just as important as the flying qualities. The flying club I joined is still operating the the same 2 bought new C 152's they had when I joined in 1979. they both have over 17,000 hours now and are still going strong. The C 152 has plenty of faults but it is has never been equaled as a robust and cheap to operate and maintain trainer.
One thing is for sure the LSA airplanes are a dead end.