In low low wind its still the Urban Ninga with its better glide angle the Zero G will fly but you've got to move around a bit more.
Performance wise its more like the Ginga and dosent like to be rushed, beautiful slow turns and stable in the sky. It will spin 180 deg in fact you need to master that if self launching as it wont belly launch. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajz97ewwQbs
Had the oppotunity to fly both the Ninga and G indoors and prefer the G only because it's more stable or is that less twitchy.
Outdoors both are good fun in light wind it just depend on my mood which one I fly. Not tried the G in 5 knot + yet mainly because those days have been a bit scarce laterly.
This assemble video gives a good overview of kite and its bridle arrangement. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NOEY3LGbbA
Build quality is good the kite comes in a padded bag with line and mine also had a spare set of winglet rods so for less than $80 pretty good value.
My regards to all the Moana flyers and hope to catch up with you all soon.