Yes, I did finish the wings, and the second time building the flaps went more quickly and easily too. I'm just about to finish the fuselage kit (would have been done by now if the roll bar parts weren't defective). My finishing kit is expected to arrive in September, my prop has already arrived, my firewall forward kit is on order, as is my engine. I expect to have first flight completed sometime in 2022. Building the wings was really tedious. The fuselage has been far more rewarding, and now that I'm in my 5th year of building I'm finding I am enjoying it more now than in the early years. My build quality keeps improving too.
Oh, and I recently also just replaced the RG-400 coax cable I installed in the fuselage and wing. I discovered that if you want to put the transponder antenna in the tailcone (Garmin's preferred location) rather than the baggage area, that the attenuation loss is almost 3db, and unacceptable to me, so I replaced it with LMR400. And since I was in the tailcone anyway, I replaced the ELT coax cable with the LMR400 as well. Then I replaced the RG-400 I put in the wing for the VOR/ILS antenna with LMR240. There is less loss at the VOR/ILS frequencies, but now that I'm smarter about these things I thought I would go the trouble and expense of making sure my antennas work as well as they possibly can by using better coax.