I am building a Mirage Celerity. It is a plane that has conventioal gear (with a fully castering tail wheel). I am concerned about directional control on take-off, especially with a cross wind. I've heard from another Celerity owner that this can be a problem. Would I benefit from making the rudder larger? Or would a larger surface area just make the problem worse? I would probably have to Increase the width of the control horns also to compensate for the longer rudder arm and associated deflection loads.