All this hubbub about shooting toys into tornadoes actually got me thinking about subsonic weathercocking. Tubefins are known to be highly resistant against same while still being substantially overstable. This makes sense ( to me ), as whenever the bird is offangle quite a lot of tube is shielded from the stream. But what about regular flatfins? Here I would guess something elliptish like the Astron Sprint, rounded not airfoiled. For nosecones, elliptical again? What overall rocket shape can most safely resist the wind without the tried-and-true "just go way faster" method?