My next build has officially been ordered, and as I really enjoyed documenting my WAC Corporal a few months back I figured why not do the same for this one. The rocket is a Loc Caliber ISP that will be built with a handful of modifications, namely the addition of an electronics bay to support altimeter based deployment, 1500# Kevlar recovery harness, a 38mm motor mount, and possibly fiberglass over the factory plywood fins. Decals are by StickerShock23, motor retention and rail buttons will be supplied by Aeropack, and adhesives will be mostly SystemThree T88 with some BSI 30min. The motor mount will use the stock 54mm tube and will be adapted to the 38mm final dimension. The "adapter" will literally be an extended LOC adapter with a forward 3" - 38mm centering ring. Envision replacing the 38mm tube in the Loc adapter with an 18 - 20" 38mm tube and then securing a centering ring to the end. That whole assembly gets epoxied into the stock 54mm tube and then all of it, the two centering rings on the 54mm tube and one on the 38mm tube at the forward end gets epoxied into the airframe. Why do all this when there is nothing wrong with the stock 54mm mount you ask? Several reasons: -First a 38mm motor (up to an Aerotech 38-720 or Loki 38-740) will provide PLENTY of motivation for a rocket of this size (estimating 36oz finished) -Second, I don't own any 54mm hardware -Third, I am not a fan of using an adapter for 99% of the flights that a rocket will see -Fourth, cuz I want to!!!! The only thing I have yet to nail down is the altimeter and wiring. I am leaning to an off the shelf doghouse wiring kit, though I would like to use an internal "pull pin" style switch and not large external rotary switch they sell. I do like their charge canister set-up and will likely use them. This will use a single altimeter so no redundancy will be employed. I originally wanted to go with a Strata-Logger CF, however I may end up with an RRC3 if the CFs remain unavailable. No worries there as the RRC3 is a proven piece and will easily handle the limited g-loads that I anticipate. Finally I am leaning toward a gloss white paint scheme with a pair of light purple fins and a pair of gloss black fins with either a purple or black nose cone. I will be using the stock purple/green/yellow wrap for the payload bay and stock lettering for the name with some creative "stock like" decals around the fins / fin can. the rocket will receive 3-4 coats of clear prior to the application of the deals. So yea, that's it for now. Everything save for the electronics were ordered yesterday, and in speaking with Mark at StickerShock, I understand that the decals shipped out yesterday as well. Talking about a 6 hour turn around time. He is truly amazing! I don't have a launch scheduled for a few months so I really have some time for this one.