I thought of removing the reverser link from the main yoke and relocating it on an added cross tube in the lower fuselage. This decouples the sway of the reverser link. However I decided against it since this is an ultralight and no need to get too complicated.Hasn't anybody come up with some system to unlink the two? You could put a linear bearing inside the torque tube and put the front rod end on a sliding slot, so that the elevator pushrod would always stay in the center of the torque tube as you moved the elevator. It's such a minor effect that it's not worth designing a more complicated solution, unless somebody else already has, in which case, I would copy it.