I have some pictures of my build, it was a very straight forward build, easy to follow instructions even a newcomer will be able to put it together, instructions recommend a 2 stroke .40 to .46 or a 4 stroke .60 to .70, so I decided on the 4 stroke, an OS .70 Surpass II.
With the 4 stroke it was VERY nose heavy so I decided to install the battery plus about an ounce of lead all the way on the back.
I made a hatch under the fuselage, I glued some balsa in front of the battery so it would not move forward and there is velcro as well to hold it down...check out the picture. It balanced just a little bit nose heavy, and it flew great.
A couple of changes, first I changed the fuel tank to a Hayes 12 oz, the supplied tank looked very small, second I added a couple of spacer blocks under the wing hold-down bolts.
It is a very easy model to fly, I am having lots of fun with it, plus because it is not as popular as the rest of the warbirds I am always being asked..."what is this?"