I wouldnít give up that easy.
Every day leading up to my next work session, I am scared. Something about the next set of instructions always has me nervous. Doing the trailing edge, painting/priming, riveting way down in the horizontal stabilizer, drilling spars....the list goes on and on.
If you read the instructions one sentence at a time, and do that step. You can build it. Small bites and one step at a time. All of the things that I was scared of turned out to be a non issue too, btw.
I did use a squeezer on my trailing edge. I just went in two steps. I used the flat does to partially set the rivet, just enough that it started to expand and the head was set at depth in the dimple, the. I swapped for the tapered dies from Cleveland that are meant for this task, and set the rivets flush after that.
This was my first trailing edge, but I think it came out great.