Yeeehaaa! I just had a eureka moment and thought I'd share it. The alierons on the corsair are a quite complex in shape and I have been trying to make them as accurate as possible and they have been frustrating me no end. Near as I could tell the hinge line had to be almost underneath the surface of the wing for the leading edge not to hit the top skin of the wing when deflected downward and I could not figure out how it was designed, then today while thumbing through the Corsair in action book I came across a factory picture showing corsairs on the assembly line with the wings up and glory of all glories(drum roll) without the little fairings on the underside of the alierons that cover the bottom of the hinges where they protrude below the bottom skin. The actual pivot points are still inside the alieron(barely) but the structure hangs down slightly. It was so nice to know I wasn't imagining things and that there was a logical explantion. Most of you probably think this is a silly thing to get worked up over but I'm dancing a jig!