Sidewayskiwi
Most of us have built the RCPowers MIG29V1 This is a great plane but to be honest has some structural issues around the prop slot area Tomhe does a profile MIG29 also that includes some of the elements that the RCPowers MIG doesnt (to its structural cost and looks)the vertical fin extententions that shroud the propslot, propslot completely inside the body(unlike the RCPOWERS MIG that has slots outside the body and making its main structural weakness)Tomhe MIG lacks the toe-out on the rear vertical surfaces meaning its less directionally stable and doesnt have the 50/50 fuselage/main body slot design making it harder to build and more time consumingSo i incorporated both designsRCPOWERS fuselage , Tomhe mainbody and vertical upright extensions, added the RCPowers toe-out to the Tomhe vertical propslot was made much bigger but still entirely within the the main body Boy they fly well really learnt to fly on these models You guys should give it ago Other design fiddles iam looking at areIncorporating the Flitetest built up wings onto RCPOWERS designs as its impossible for me to get unwarped foam here in NZ Warped foam is an issue for flat plate and KF wings as we all know but seems to be totally irrelevelant for the Flitetest built up Adams Readiboard wings due to the score fold design
My design changes are driven by what foam I can get 
Get the best of each plans and fit them together 
Give it a go


https://www.rcpowers.com/post/creating-profile-hangar-10241715?pid=1309668502&random=27390
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DualDesertEagle
I'd argue that at its normal scale the weakness is negligible.
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Sidewayskiwi
I'd argue that at its normal scale the weakness is negligible.

Fair enough 
But it could be better 
From experience thats where mine broke sure popsicle sticks fixed the issue its its in our nature to experiment and if possible improve on things
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