Tail boom cut and pinned in place. I cut the tail boom out of 1/4-inch stock. One of the things that I need to work on is making sure that my cuts are right-angle. The cuts that I made are at a slight angle, to there is a fair amount of glue filling one side of the joint between the boom and the pod on the port side. After I’ve attached the wing I’ll need to carefully sand the bottom of the boom when I’m rounding it to make sure that it’s symmetrical. Fortunately, the top is the factory edge, so the wing saddle and stab mount are both square. At this point the all up weight is 19 grams. It should go down considerably once I sand the pod to shape. Fillets applied and a wedge to glue in place to fair the pod into the boom. Once the glue dries it will be ready to sand to shape.