Cool John... thanks for the link. I think the design parameters are very wide with the Hots format, and that you'll do fine.. and it will fly regardless of course.
I knew the SuperHots wasn't that large span-wise... I guess I should have measured... at least I had a "close" guess..
Its longer then it is wide... seemingly proportionate though.
I've wondered what a SuperHots, or even a Hots would fly like using a bit of todays structure/design concepts, with the overall finish shape remaining the same. Mine is obvious way overbuilt, and would withstand an earthquake I'm sure, part of the reason its 20+yrs old.. but its a great match for the .91 two-stroke.. and it still floats a bit... and its a permanent part of my fleet.
With laser-cut framing, lightened structure, original shape, and a good performing brushless set-up, I think the original could make a great comeback to mainstream RC.. any thoughts on that guys?