Yes it does but some may argue that the 401 is a bit better. I just tested my XLV with the Rigid using this config. I only got about 5 minutes in but it feels a bit different to me. I never maxxed out the slider. Didn't think to do so due to the fun factor. I'll be getting plenty of stick time tommorow.
Why do you need gyro gain? doesn't the hc rigid/3a have an internal tail gyro?
I was having issues with the XLV and the Rigid. I too verified numerous times that I made good connections. Problem was, I couldn't reverse the pitch without reversing the cyclic inputs. I was able to reverse the cyclic servos but not without reversing the pitch sense direction on the diagnosis tab which is a no go. I'm lucky enough to live near Esprit. Chandler had to reverse the connections of ch 1, 2 and 3, 5. The XLV is 4 servos at 90 deg. The Rigid is set up for that but my pitch change links are on the trailing edge of the grips. That means my swash moves DOWN for positive pitch. So, for my application, a reversal from the directions had to be made to fool the unit. Which works pretty good so far.
The beatings will continue until morale improves...