This model is straight forward in its design and construction. Read all instructions before beginning and test fit all parts before cementing. Very little is needed to make a clean and precision assembly. Aerotech sells a good kit. The plans call for the use of medium CA. Always keep debonder close when using CA. I did not need it, but could have. Greg Burke, SoAR's president, used epoxy to build his Initiator and this is a good alternate. I will probably use 30 minute epoxy on any future Aerotech designs I build. This model uses a FIN-LOK system and therefore is very strong and there is no problem with fin alignment. Let me say however this is only true if you are careful installing the fin-loks!! If you fail here you could be in deep trouble. This is another re son to read ALL the instructions before doing anything else. It is always wise to become familiar with the parts before you begin. The plans call for white paint and lots of decals. I chose to go with navy blue and only put the name and fin decals on to be original. I recommend this kit to anyone who wants to move into E, F and G motors. It is my first mid-power kit and it is a proven design, an easy assembly and it has beautiful lines. I can't wait to fly it in Ft Valley December 13 and 14 1997. Get you one and the FLY HIGH!