For beginners elevons only is actually recommended as it is easier to setup as long as you can do mixing in your transmitter or use an onboard mixer. Most of these parkjets are "yank and bank", unless you want to do a lot of slow flying, high alpha or other advanced maneuvers, elevons only work just fine as it gives you control in both the pitch and roll axes.
You won't get a ton of response in the roll axis, so rolls will be slow, but in the pitch you can still get full deflection.
If you start off with elevons only, you can always activate the other surfaces on the same plane later if you want to, but elevons only is the best place to start. I flew my first F35 V2 on elevons only and it was the best way to learn for me anyway.
Here is an excellent tutorial on how all the control surfaces should work
Thanks once again Scott.
I can mix on my 6 channel Hobby King TX. I did it on the Mikeys FPV V3.
I thought I had read some where that this was good for a trainer and as you said, I can install the rudders later on. The F-35 V2 was easy to cut out and is going well in the assembly. I look forward to the V3 and have already printed the plans. My only flying/learning was on the Cheap and Easy. CG is everything!
I will go back now and watch the youtube videos and read the tons of hints from other builders.
This is a great site and the planes are top of the line.