Getting ready to pull the trigger on an Aerotech Arreaux. I have some history with this kit as it was the first kit I built that was designed for composite motors. This was back in the mid 90's and as I get back into the swing of things I figured why not go back to the tried and true. I am really excited about the CTI motors that were not available when I flew in the past (G126 and G80 Skid especially) and with the advent of the JLCR, using small Aerotech H motors in this thing is a real possibility. From what I recall, the airframe shouldn't have an issues holding up to these motors, so hopefully I'm good to go there. My question is around the fins. I am toying with the idea of replacing the plastic fins with glassed plywood. My reasoning is two fold: First, glassed wood is crazy strong and will be able to take anything these motors can dish out. Second, I will achieve a better fit and finish over the stock plastic. I am not really a fan of the way the plastic fins "mate" to the airframe as there is a substantial gap that is tricky to deal with. Using glassed plywood will allow me to pull proper fillets and using the "double butter" method, I can ensure that they are adhered well to the motor mount. thoughts?