Too Much Fun You will be surprized
First thing I found that I liked a lot was the simple build and the ease of working with the foam core material. I was able to build from start to finish in about 3 hours not including tuning and configuring the radio. Once the model was built I did not expect it to fly as great as it did. I opted for the 1806 motor since I had them laying around already. I also installed a runcam swift in the nose and a VTX in the wing. I flew it all weekend and was just left absolutely amazed how smooth it flys. Even throught the FPV goggles it was smooth as butter. It is pretty rugid little bird, I hit some scraggle branches on a tree and did not even crash, it just bounced off and kept flying. If you do damage it, fix it with hot glue and ductape your back in the air in minutes. I did total my model however flying into power lines at full speed and cut it clean in half right where the servo mounts in the wing. But hey its only 20 bucks, my wallet did not even feel that crash at all and since I did not have a bunch of time into it the crash was painless. The only thing that hurt was now I have to wait for a new kit from flite test. I will build another Arrow and am seriously looking at other flite test models as well.