Most of you know I own a little L-21 taildragger...
You call that a Piper Super Cub...
I consider that taildragger flying should be required for initial basic flight training.
You learn to drive a car... you should do that with a 4 speed conventional gears and clutch.
Driving an automatic transmission later, if you want to.
Same for airplanes. Transition from taildragger to tricycle gear takes 30 minutes...
The opposite, learning taildraggers might take many hours of dual.
Primary reason to have a L-21 for me is to teach my son to fly.
I have to admit it is nostalgia too, since I learned to fly in a J3C Piper Cub...
I dont have that much time in lightplanes... maybe 1,000 hours by now.
But 900 was in taildraggers like the Cub, Super Cub or Citabrias...
Funny is, if I attempt to rent a plane in USA, they ask "how much taildragger time you have...?"
They dont ask me "how much tricycle gear time you have...?", should I rent a Cessna 152.