I've never seen either of the two you mention, but I do not think they are intended to 3D at all. They are super agile combat type of planes that have been worked into a sport aerobat set up.
Now the 4D, is supposed to be pretty good at 3D. I downloaded their sales pitch movie, and it looked pretty good. Tufflight is trying to build a plane that can 3D and also bounce. They may have done exactly that!
I do believe that Tufflight is a Pro Bro friendly group, so maybe give one of them a try and post your thoughts in the review forum.
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