I cloned this kit with a D motor and ended up with my longest flight of a rocket.
I had just finished the rocket, and it looked really good, so I had go fever. It was a tad windy, and I went to an abandoned mill location in Phoenix, Oregon to fly it. I cranked the angle to the max and used my most sacred (holey) parachute, and the rocket weathercocked. When the chute popped, the wind caught it, and despite being mostly a 3" ring of material around a huge hole (in an 18" diameter Estes chute), the rocket was swept up and over the local hill behind the launch site, there it got caught in the updraft and spent what felt like 20 minutes just hovering in the same patch of sky, caught in that bubble of air.
I was able to run after it, pause, acquire it's current location (unchanged), and after managing to climb/banana right (a film making term) I watched it go down into a recently plowed field. Well out of breath from the running, I managed to get into the field, and promptly gained 3 inches in height. Every step I took, I got taller as the wet clay soil that made up that field stuck to my shoes, eventually pulling them off. I recovered my shoes, and the rocket. It was missing a small fin, and I felt like I was 6" taller, and about 20 pounds heavier (clay covered shoes, clay covered feet).
I walked barefoot (if you could call it that) until I found a house with a person washing their car, and was allowed to clean my shoes and feet. I still have the rocket in the collection, but it never flew again.