Well, talk about jumping in with both feet, but I've gotten to a point where I can post on this build. I thought about putting it in another thread, but decided that I would rather not clutter that one up, so here it is in its very own thread. --------------------------------------------- Scott did a fantastic job drafting out all the pieces, and at first, it looks really daunting. However, the instructions are pretty well laid out, and although there are a couple of rough spots, it is doable. I'm using Color Mates 65# card stock in Light, Medium, Dark and Deep Morning Mist. Although I should have ordered the Deep Morning Mist sooner. I started with the Antenna Fairing, since it seemed to me to be a good place to begin. Here are some photos of the build so far: Top flange. I decided to use large nuts, instead of coins, as they have a bigger flat surface to work with. This was the second attempt at the main base structure of the fairing, and as you can see, I had some serious warping going on. I never did figure out what caused it, so I had to build four of them before I got one that didn't warp. I think that building the bottom structure on waxed paper to keep it from sticking to my cutting mat and leaving it there until I added the inner dielectric structure and antenna cone, had something to do with eliminating the warping. Here, I'm adding the inner dielectric structure. You probably can't tell from the photo, but I've used a bright-white textured paper for the dielectric. It's a very fine ridged pattern, and it looks pretty good. I found a really neat metallic paper to use for the aluminum antenna reflector inside the dielectric structure. It's "The Paper Company - Metallic Cover 12"x12" - Silver - #10205-030" in case anyone's interested. It works just fine with my HP Inkjet printer. Here's the antenna fairing to date. The build is progressing, when I have time to work on the thing, and I think this is going to be a pretty good project. It can get a little frustrating, and it takes a while to cut out all those parts, but it's going well, I think.