I've read through the entire post, but don't recall if the mounting of switches was ever mentioned. Where and how did you mount your switches? I recall reading about the routing of receiver antennaes, but what is a practical way to do it? If I don't use servo reversers for the rudder and elevators, is there a practical way to mount the servos? Thanks for your help, my plane is on its way, and I need some help on these matters.
I mounted mine right on the fiberglass in the more curved areas to provide strength. No problems thus far.
Mine comes out of the fuse right at the wing root, and I've taped it right along the LE of the wing. Works great.
I eliminated my reversers by changing the orientation on one of the elevator servo linkage and control horn.
I haven't had any problems with this.
To implement spoilerons ( a very advisable thing ), you need to put each aileron on a seperate channel.
Re: Mount servos
I went with the "stock" installation of the servos.
I would recommend that leave plenty of extension on the servos so you can easily remove/replace one w/o having to take everything apart... especially if you are gluing everything permanently as I did.