I know Ted, and he's a hell of a nice guy. Hard working middle class guy like you and me with a knack for invention and a shop most of us would envy, but appropriate for a first class cabinet/carpenter kinda guy. Not a spring chicken and he's paid his dues and has the chops thru good ole experience. I'd rate this prolly just under reloads as far as improving hobby rockets are concerned. I do mostly scratch building and this thing just rocked my world when I saw it. He's upscaled it for bigger guys out there that can afford epoxy by the bathtub and carbon fibre by the acre. I'm not sure if he has a web site but his name is Ted Macklin. I do believe he sells autographed plans-at least I hope he still does. oh, and "not a paid spokesperson". Never played one of TV either. ( I'm so ugly they won't even let me on the radio...)
All persons, living or dead, are purely coincidental-Vonnegut
97% of the time, I'm right-the other 5% doesn't bother me.
There comes a point in your life that looks just like all the other points you didn't notice either.
If I had a nickel for every dollar I spent on rockets, I'd have more rockets.
You may have had more fun in your life than me, but the chaos was undeniable.