You don't want to see mine trust me.
Most of my planes need to be 50 ft away to look ok. My FW was used and damaged when I go it. Retracts were missing so I taped in what was left of them and belly landed it many flights. I never thought I'd like flying war-bird , but I love it. I scabbed up a battery with it being very nose heavy , ut it flew very well and got me used to flaps a little bit. I'm still not very good at dealing with the ballooning up , but my next version has no flaps.
I have since removed all the gear and flaps , lightened the wing and moved the servos back to the tail section. Hopefully this will make a better flyer out of it. I think that what I did to is rather unorthodox , but I'm not even into "modelling" or even into "aviation". I just plain enjoy flying the planes. I was afraid that the FW would be hard for me to see, but with the wing shape and dihedral it's just fine. For some reason it is one plane that I rarely fly level or in a straight line. I may also even use a 2 blade prop on it.
It's been fun and for m,e it's a keeper. ps I have another one that is complete with gear,retracts,flaps, ect.