You can configure many different flight modes depening on what you are after, one of them is called horizon mode which keeps the quadcopter level. For more about the flight modes check out this article - cleanflight/Modes.md at master · cleanflight/cleanflight · GitHub
We will have some more in stock in about 1 week and will start getting all the spare parts in about 2 weeks, but in the meantime if you break anything we will be able to get any spare part you need, but they are just not added to our website as that takes time since we need to get photos, weight, description for all of them.
The wizard is a freestyle quad because its not built for racing, racing frames are built to be as fast as possible, while the wizard is build to be as maneuverable as possible. If you rather want a faster drone then check out our falcon 250 pro - https://www.unmannedtechshop.co.uk/eachine-falcon-250-pro-fpv-rtf-quadcopter/
Interesting answer, well yes different modes can be easily programmed.
I read your articles about the Falcon and the Wizard and I’m interested to know why you consider the Falcon a Racer and the Wizard a Freestyle machine?
As you said the fist give more speed and the second more manoeuvrability.
Okay, but on the paper they look very similar except the frame and the props. And more and more people are racing with X frames…