Again... very busy days. Only little progresses on the build. Just a little update about the use of my last blade replacement. First of all thank you for your advices @McTschegsn @DanBKing @Lighter @Nando and @zathros I'm definitely going to cut away all gray parts. I'll follow the idea of glue strenghtening of the joints. I liked the idea of the landing phase diorama but, as I'm planning to let the LM "naked", it would be unrealistic to see a module on duty without the external cover. So I'll keep it for a future project (in a littler scale, as Nando's one). Anyway, when all the parts will be in place, I think the legs will be able to sustain the body. If not I'll think to something (as for Chris' advice). Well, back on work! Even if I don't like the "fold and pray" I decided to use this technique, this time, because the underside of those tubings will be barely visible at the end. **EDIT** I forgot to mention: there is an error in the labels "left" and "right" that are swapped as you see in the photo. No problem anyway because the part cannot be placed in any other way than the correct one for the presence of two notches provided to host the ascent stage supports. After a LOT of cut & paint we finally have the upper side of the descent module. Some more tubings. And now a question: do you think I should let there all those grey areas? Do I really need to ask? Obviously the answer is NO!!! Some more cutting and painting and all the tubes are free! Now that we have all the parts ready for assembling it's time to give some shape to this descent stage. See you soon!