First speed build kit. It was as advertised, made build easier and quicker BUT I had trouble with inserting float strut into float without float splitting and bulging but they were still usable. I think the float width should be 1/8th inch wider. Also I ordered C twin electronics pack which dose not include XT60 Y power cable. I think it should be and FT could offset cost by including battery bag with battery orders and / or screw drivers. Those items are a nice touch but maybe could be reserved for new customers or on request or once a year. I am not an airplane pilot yet, except for control line 45 years ago, but I taxied the Seaduck around on puddled grass and when I turned into the wind it accidentaly leaped into the air about 10 feet after a few down wind hops which were smooth and successfully landed. But I paniced when it started to roll from a slightly side wind then I remembered I had ailerons which I deployed with drastic results since I am not a pilot yet. I have not set throws or rates on my trans. yet out of laziness to work through it so the plane instantly inverted and dove left wing down into the big blue ball called Earth. I must say this is a sturdy plane. The left wing tore nearly off at the left fuse. and the nose crumpled and split both top seams but it all glued back together with just a few wrinkles. It seems to have so much lift I could probably use bondo on it! It also snapped popsicle strut but float and pillon stayed intact. I suspect it will be a great flyer when I become a pilot. It felt good for the short time it was airborne compared to two smaller FT models I have crashed.