The build has been completed. I figure with the great December weather we have been having I probably will be able to fly it this year yet! The last building notes I can give is that I wrapped the ESC and RX in tape before CA’ing them to the wing. You also need to put the ESC in high timing mode for the motor I choose. My Turnigy programing card did not work so it was a pain in the butt. The aileron throws are about 1/4″ in each direction. The elevator is supposedly more sensitive going down, so I have 3/16″ of up elevator and about the width of the elevator going down. I am also running 20% expo on each control surface. One thing I did run into using the HXT5G servos are that the bottoms are not glued on, they pull off very easily. Either tape or glue them down. When I removed the battery the Velcro actually ripped the bottom of the servos off. I glued a small 1/16″ piece of ply over the servo bottoms to prevent this from happening again. It will be a little heavier but I am not to concerned. Given the size of the airplane a little bit slower will not matter. I hope you have enjoyed the progress of this build as much as I did building it. If you spent sometime to build the plane you could easily do it in a full day.