I had a Centuri MF-24 Bug years ago and the Quest HL-20 reminded me a lot of that kit.
This lifting-body boost glider is based on Aeroshroud technology. Translated, that's a printed paper wrapper. ;-)
It looks to me like this model was strongly "inspired" by the old Centuri MF-24 Bug - with some "improvements". The only significant(?) differences I see between the two are:
The HL-20 cockpit is vacu-formed plastic rather than folded paper.
The tail weight is now two pennies enclosed in a 'weight box' rather than clay.
The HL-20 includes a pod for an engine streamer (makes it legal for competition? <VBG>)
On every launch (so far), this model corkscrews nicely up into the air. Then, on ejection, it spirals down - some times more steeply than others. It flew beautifully on one of its launches at ECOF-97, but the next launch was almost a death spiral. I intend to keep putzing around to try to get it to glide reliably.