I have only about 20 hours in this aircraft. So, I can't say anything about pressure on the stick, during gliding. But I do know from original designer, that stick pressure was some kind of requirements in order to pass German certification. I wanted to say that almost no matter what you do and how you fly, stick pressure is a very minimal, if you trim properly. Trim - on another hand different issue altogether. It is unbelievably sensitive!!! I wanted to say the Very minimal movement of approximately 1/16 or so, can make you climb or dissent 300 ft./m. I do like "decalage thinking" - because it feels with high power settings, that airplane under such tension, like wing under 90hp trust is trying to get into efficient cruising mode, but tail is pushing Down so hard. There is no harmony here with 10 degrees apart!!!