My wife bought me one for Valentine's day. When it came in, my wife called me at work and told me that the UPS man delivered what looked like a coffin.
The covering is quite good and the construction appears to be quite good as well. As normal, I go over the glue joints with med. CA and look everything over to assure that the joints are tight. The wing tubes are fiberglass as is the cowl. I put a 100 3W in the front and it fits perfectly in the cowling with room to spare. The balance looks to be working out right on the money. I will know more when I get the batteries placed and the fuel tank secured. The hardware package seems adequate, it looks like a DuBro set up. For the price, I think I got a really good value. I hope to have a flying report before long, depending on work schedules, etc... Everyone that has seen the plane is quite impressed with it. I hope it flies as good as it looks. The canopy is painted with a cheap paint that peels off if you put any tape on it for alignment and cutting. There is enough room to put an 8" tall pilot in the cockpit. The plane looks close to scale dimensions and the lines are nice and straight. The wheels look a little small for the size of plane. Other than these things, the plane looks pretty good. Yes, I went ahead and replaced the fuel tank as a matter of principle. Most Chinese plastic tanks are known for failing, easier to replace now than deal with the mess later. I am thinking of going ahead and putting a smoke pump in to make it look better in flight.
This is the first plane my wife has bought for me and I sure don't want to disappoint her by not putting the best in it. She understands that I probably will need a new radio, all new servos, new batteries, maybe even a new flight box.
She is a good sport with my obsession with flying. Hope this is helpful to anyone looking to get one.