Originally Posted by ronschreck
I do think you misunderstood. Spins in the RV are quite docile for the first two turns or so then they tend to accelerate which tends to disturb pilots who are unfamiliar with spins. Recovery from upright spins in the RV is quite simple and normal spin recovery techniques are all that is required. I would suggest that you get some dual instruction in spin and unusual attitude recovery procedures if you are new to aerobatics.
I think that Van's recommendation that spins "not be casually undertaken" implies that proper training or aerobatic experience is recommended before taking on spins in your RV.
Have fun. Be safe.
Very well, I have overinterpreted the writing.
I have done some spins in gliders, and also properly recovered from unintentional spin, so I am not all new.
I look forward to do as many spins as is required to automatically respond correctly.