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Old 01-08-2021, 01:03 PM
rapid_ascent rapid_ascent is offline
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Dublin, CA
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But then I also know myself, and know the limits of my attention span. So...
That is actually the thing. I too am like that to some extent but there are so many different things to investigate and figure out that it makes the project the right fit for me. I never get bored with it.

I will say that when I started I really had no idea how much work it was going to be to finish the plane. I thought it would be a big project but it is much bigger than I imagined. Now that might be partially due to my "customization" of different aspects and people will tell you that is the best way to slow down the build. I tend to agree but... I still do it. I am trying to not do it as much as I did earlier though.
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