I don't like the idea of adjusting your rudder to stretch your legs. In unexpected events, you may lack time or coordination to wind them back into reach. My cockpit will be snug. I am hoping I can have tubular pedals that I can tuck my feet underneath. If they are ground adjustable for height and reach, that would work for anyone. In unexpectedly bumpy air, I can reposition my feet quickly, or even pull on the pedals. Later spitfires had "two step" pedals. The lower step for comfort during the long boring parts of flight, the upper step for combat. This idea may be adaptable for us too. During cruise, we won't need much rudder.