I'm building a future release from Dr. Emil Zarkov - though I've had a bit of influence in the kit, I don't think its my place to announce it here (soon enough, though!). Nevertheless, I wanted to share my experiences with super glue. So far, I've built the airplane - a 1/32ish design - using Super Glue in approx. 90% of the construction. Those unfamiliar with Dr. Zarkov's designs (www.card-models.com) can know that Dr. Zarkov's designs are typically well engineered - an excellent compromise between the over-the-top detail of a Halinski kit and simplicity of later-generation Fiddlersgreen kits. Anyway, I thought some of you might hear of my success in using superglue as a bonding agent between two pieces of paper to create excellent spars, formers and bulkheads. Using a cheap, watery glue ("5-Star" brand purchased at Wal-greens) I was able to soak one sheet of paper, apply the other on top and let it dry, creating a laminate that is strong and easily cut. The paper I'm using is 80# cover stock.