Ok! So a few Level 1 flights and I will be up to attempting my Level 2 later in the year. In order to achieve this I am using the LOC Caliber ISP. I owned one before long ago and never flew it. I bought a kit recently and discovered like all LOC's other kits it contains some awesome changes including a baffle kit. I decided not to use the baffle kit as this rocket has limited laundry space and I am using JLCR for now with plans to build out the payload over the next few months for a true Dual deploy. The first few flights will be I"s in the 54/452 casing with a J later in the year using a 54/1706 I purchased on sale during Xmas. I will try to keep the photos updated as I go but have already installed some things. I will give a photo and how/what technique was used for construction for each piece. As with any build I post I am open to construction critiques. I wouldn't post it here if I wasn't willing to get opinions and I am not an expert by any means and am still learning from my level 1 attempt that almost didn't happen so please if you see something that could improve, feel free to say so. I made some changes to the kit but plan to use a J to attempt level 2 later in the year. I am excluding the baffle kit-it is big and takes up a lot of space between the front of my 54/1706 casing and where my main chute will be for now. I did consider the removable baffle approach. Some things useful for my construction: The rockets instruction sheet Magnet on a stick 300mm bicycle spoke for placing epoxy (wiped clean and reused) old 1/8" launch rod for placing epoxy for forward centering ring (wiped clean and reused) Japanese backsaw (razorsaw) Polder digital Kitchen scale for weighing epoxy 30 min BSI epoxy Rocket poxy JB weld epoxy 5lb density, 2 part foam 1/4" eyebolt and nut with 2 large flange washers Homemade aft centering ring (a third one) using SIG aircraft "Lite" ply (~50% lighter than standard aircraft ply) 1500lb test Kevlar (overlaps around motor mount) (not glued) out the sides of the forward ring and the two ends meet at top of body tube to connect the longer provided flat nylon shock cord. Krylon fusion Vinyl Frog brand vinyl for cutting special effect colors not achieved with paint A rectangular cardboard box with two half circle cutouts for a "secure" cradle I will post pictures later today when I start adding fillets.