I could not wait until tomorrow so I took two test flights in the Spitfire in P3Dv4 .
Mk IX (not clipped wings) , reduced weight to 7,077 lbs by setting fuel at 30% and removing ammunition.
Took off, flew a little at around 2,000ft, turned around and lined up for a landing.
Once lined up, reduced speed to 160 mph at which point I lowered undercarriage and flaps and opened canopy. RPM around 2,400 or less.
Reduced RPM and speed to 125 mph.
Reduced RPM to achieve a final approach speed of about 100 mph at 'airfield boundary'.
At this point full back on stick aiming for a three pointer and reduced RPM as appropriate.
Both times I had one small bounce before the aircraft settled.
Allowed aircraft to slow down a little.
Still keeping stick full back VERY GENTLY applied the brakes.
Only reduced backward pressure on stick when aircraft had properly slowed down.
So, yes, I can confirm that the RealAir Spitfire lands OK in P3Dv4 (even though I didn't achieve a three pointer! )