Well folks I decided that I was finally going to build a complete model from start to finish and that it would probably be very benificial to those who have bought my model. You will note this is not quite the same as the model I released. But it is similar enough to be of benefit. I decided to change the build order on this model from what I have in the instructions. There are some advantages and disadvantages to each method. Assembly 1. First change made in the building order was not to glue on the wing spars in the first step. This has the advantage that the spars don't get beat up while they are at their weakest. Found one problem already that i overlooked. The slot in A1 that the instrument panel slides into is wrong. I have it drawn that you cut the slot in the bottom but it should be in the top. An easy fix for a modeler who knows what they're doing but still embarrasing. I'll fix that soon. Assembly 2. Here also is a departure from the instructions. This has definate disadvantages but some advantages as well. The way the instructions show it the cockpit tub is glued right into the frame first thing. I've chosen to wait until the cockpit is assembled to install it. The disadvantage is that the floor has no bracing and can warp (and it did) the advantage is that it's easier to work on. I already have the left console and throttle quadrant installed. Also not the canopy rail. It's difficult to see but there is a little ledge just below the top of the tub. Here are a couple pics of the seat. It's a fairly straightforward build. This pic shows the stick installed. There is a pattern for bending the wire. The stick grip was a really tiny part and I got it on my #57 but I dropped it and couldn't find it so I'll leave it off. Sorry for the poor photography. Sometimes I can do good sometimes I can't. The seat is now installed. I won't show the right console because it's very similar to the left. I installed the tub. Note how the tabs on the tub stick past the edges of the formers? These are the joining strips for the fuselage skin. Note the strip under the bottom of the former behind the seat. These are the rudder pedals ready for installation. And installed. This piece is the inside wall of the cockpit and also doubles as a connecting strip. Note how it goes inside the tabs on the cockpit tub. One potential problem with this part is that if you handle the model too much the former in front of the rudder pedals will start showing through the skin. Surprise! #74 is almost done. As you can see you wrap this piece around the cockpit making sure to score and fold the canopy rails so the canopy pully mechanism hangs down inside the cockpit. One piece of advice; Only glue around the edges of the fuselage skin where it glues over the cockpit tub. If you put glue in the middle it shows through after it dries. And another pic: As shown roll the next two fuselage sections and glue them together. Then fit over the rear end of the frame and that does it for this build report. Any questions or things that aren't clear please feel free to ask.