Probably nothing new to tell you but it should go right/right, start with stab tilt about equal to inboard wing panel's dihedral and adjust as required to get glide circle. Set the GC according to plans, tweek incidence for nice glide with proper turn. Be sure you have at least 3/16" wash in on the right inboard panel of the wing, and about the same washout(3/16") in both tip panels.
Everyone has opinions here, but I have found that once the CG and glide is set-up, it usually does not need adjustment again, leaving you to just dial in the power pattern with thrust and tab adjustments. Unless you have the CG and/or the incidence way off, it should come in and transition nicely when you apply full power with the prop on forwards.
If it tries to go too hard to the right and wind in under power, use some left thrust rather than opposite rudder tab. I use very short 3 second runs to observe this. Don't be surprised if it takes alot of left thrust, some models need more than others.
The TD .049, depending on how good it is, will require that you creep up on the run times slowly unitil you are sure it will not tighten up and begin a spiral under power, just take it slowly and you'll be alright.
If you change to a stiffer prop ( I see you have a black flexible one on there now) it will affect the speed of the climb, be sure to do some short runs to make sure the power trim is safe before cranking in ten seconds....good luck! Nice Plane, love the colors.
Did you light the fuse???