With apologies to Ken for the grossly late start, I'll explain that my initial start months ago failed due to the size of the model and the method of construction. Ken was nice enough to rescale the model to 1/20 for me. But, that created a problem trying to get the Red River metallic foil to hold contour using the traditional method of assembly. So, I shelved the project and, as I am wont to do, ruminated on a solution. The solution is presented here. I'll start cutting this week. The model is 16.5 inches long...big & sassy, just like I like 'em! I purchased a plan set from Bob Banka's Aviation Plans for a few bucks, overlayed the plan in AutoCad (cause, that's what I know) and redrew the cross sections and outlines to scale using Ken's basic dimensions as a guide. What you have here is basic frame, a method I wish all designers used. I will fill the gaps with high density, expanded polyurethane foam and carve/sand to a final shape. You'll see more later on. I would have had this finished last week, but I caught that Damned Conficker worm on April 1!