Yeah, it does. I kinda went in both directions here. I put it on the gear figuring it would allow me to work on the panel (and I'm mounting antenna on the belly) and I also put on the mount and engine (although try to get as much as possible mounted on the firewall first).
My goal was to get the wings on so I could run wiring to/from the panel. The low-to-the-ground thing wasn't that important to me (it's an "a" and has the step).
I still think it would be a great service to the RV building community to start a checklist for this point forward to help people. Yes, there are differing configurations that have something to do with it, but it still would be a tremendous help.