I found the design of this plane brilliant. Thanks, Josh!. It is cool how you can get a curves saddle shape out of flat foam board, with a wing chord and dihedral. It looks great in the air, and the shape closely replicates the real historical plane. I flew it for the first time last night, and it flew great. It was quite stable. I found it initially much easier to fly than other 3 channel planes including the Mini F22, and the Arrow. I think this is both because it is slower, and because it is more stable with digedral. I made mine per the instructions. I found it fun to build, but not the easiest. I used a 7x3 prop instead of the recommended 7x4.5 because that is what I had. It worked fine on that. This is the first 3 channel plane I have made that takes off with wheels. That confused me at first, because I am used to steering planes on the ground with the left stick.After the first flights, I added a mix so that both sticks control the rudder. Now, I can steer in on the ground with the left stick, and in the air with the right stick the way my instincts work.