elevator trim at landing...
I too have a very stock RV10 (IO-540 D4A5, Hartzell metal 2-blade, typical Dynon/Garmin avionics) and surprised with the difference, but really good to hear about your data point, thank you Bob. Wish we had the planes in the same area of country, would be interesting to have you fly N56GZ and see where the trim tabs end up with similar CG loading. We (i.e. pilots) all seem to have slightly different "styles" on final approach and flare, not implying one is better than the other, and I am sure that can and/or could account for some difference.
Would love to hear about other RV10 pilot/plane trim tab positions at landing with CG limits around 110 or less (typical of one or two in front with considerable fuel, light baggage).
Cheers & Happy Flying....Mike