After flying the FF6 for years with AvA, I had gotten used to the left slider on the Taranis for transitioning from Hover mode to Forward Flight mode. This was also the case for my stock CL-84 and Aris V-Hawk VTOLs. The emergency bailout mode was sliding back to Hover mode. Now with APM Plane, it’s on my 6-position mode switch. Also, on my normal APM planes, I had gotten used to using Manual Mode as the emergency panic mode, which is all the way CCW, but on a QuadPlane, the emergency panic mode is QSTABILIZE which is all the way CW on the knob. The main point here is to program your mind as well as the transmitter model setting before each flight.
Remember my ThrOut plot of my first transition below. The throttle setting was above 50% during the transition from hover to forward flight until the first couple of turns when I realized I had full control and could relax.
Good luck with your first FF6 APM flight!