Pet Peeve. I'm racing to complete a project (kit bash) for the upcoming Bama Blastoff next weekend. My work bench has various parts for the build that I've labeled and placed into storage pins. For the airframe, motor mount, fins, etc. I planned to kit bash two different rockets from different manufacturers into a single bird. The problem is that I have about ten HPR kits in my current "build pile." Opening them up today, I discovered that literally only one of the nine have any sort of identification, markings, etc. Other than that, I've got a shipping label and parts. I know the theory is that anyone with HPR certifications doesn't need instructions--true enough, but would it be too much trouble to slap a kit label on the box or throw in a sheet of paper with a photo of the assembled kit? Any kind of clue would be appreciated. Instead, I get to look up order dates, drag out the calipers, etc. and play detective. Rant concluded.