Your points show that you have never flown a Psycho yourself, if you did you wouldn't have posted them, because you know a lot is not true.
The Psycho (Flysurfer) has been used to as a case in point to support the foil argument... poor choice ram boys. These foils have been SLAMMED in reviews. For anyone wanting the dirt on the Psychos, just check the newsgroups/forums. If you want an unstable, hard to use, jumping pig, buy a foil.
Please let me now where that is on the web, 95% of the reviews on the Psycho are positive to very positive. The only thing some have against it is that it takes some more skill to fly properly, but it is an advanced kite!
P.S. LEI companies have bigger bucks because they sell more of their product because it is superior - kite consumers are not idiots. Pros are not idiots either: If foils were any good, pros would use them, regardless of sponsorship, if it gave them any sort of edge.
Sorry I meant the real big LEI company's (Naish, North, Wipika etc..)
95% of the kiters out there are not pro's, and so other kites are better suited to them, some like to cruise, some like to go big, some like wake-style, for every kiter there is a kite that suits him best.
I almost NEVER read bad reviews on Warrior, Psycho, Guerilla etc... only positive to very positive comments. If these kites are suchs "pigs" as you say why is it that when people try the kites 70-80% of the kiters are amazed about the kite and it's easy of use and performance?
Cheers, Frank (Psycho owner)