RE: WorldTex covering???
Mr67Stang, I was telling you about Worldtex at the reedy race.
Here's what I like about it. Extremely easy to use, almost as easy as fabric and dope. It stretches around curves and wing tips like fabric. It shrinks well. So far I haven't had it bubble or wrinkle on a plane that was covered a year ago. It has a satin finish and the fabric weave shows, so it looks like fabric, not plastic. I have had a few people people ask me what type of paint/dope I used because it really does look like painted fabric. BTW, it can be painted easily if you want.
Here's what I don't like about it. You need to clear coat the front of the fuselage because dirt and oil will get down into the weave, but it can be scrubbed with soapy water. I use Minwax spray Polycrylic satin finish to seal areas where oil will accumulate. The dye will get on your iron, so you need to use a sock. You may need to have a sock for each color if you iron at high temps.
Here're a couple of pics of my Senior Falcon's stab. I hope the weave shows up in the photos.