All I have left to do now is limber holes. Fill and sand a bit. Primer and paint and add all the lights.
The aft deck section is held in place with magnets. Under that you see one of two screws that hold the two sections of hull together. I was able to have long enough screws that they grab the WTC at the ballast section. They hold it in place and don't allow it to move which eliminated any need for mount plates. Nice thing is this leaves the bow end cap clear to be opened and closed from the Flying Sub bay. It was a lucky accident. Any where I can lose weight on this boat will be helpful.
The Fly Sub bay doors remove easy and are held in place with magnets. Lots of room to get to the end cap and connect the battery.
I hooked up the rudder, dive planes and PJ. all worked perfectly. I could feel air coming out of the nacelles. Lots of air.
The sail is held in place with magnets. I opted not to use the sail planes. The supplied sail planes are lighter than the the resin versions. Less weight top side.
If I wanted to I could trim and run her tomorrow. But you know me I'll paint and finish her off first. It wont take long and when she's trimmed shes done.