I am posting this build primarily for the learning experience. I’ve built and launch many a rocket in my younger years. All Estes. The Renegade was my favorite. Since I’ve been lurking here starting in 2014 I’ve cloned the Renegade and done a few mid power builds. This is my first foray into the realm of high power. The AMRAAM4 was purchased via the yard sale from a “well known member.” I’ll let him chime in if he so desires. I’ve also wanted to go with dual deploy, so this seemed like a good way to start. The pricing was right. Once the kit arrived I checked it over and promptly ordered the CPR3000 from PML. The CPR kit arrived at my door this morning after being mistakenly delivered to a neighbor down the road. Opened and unpacked, inventory of the ‘4 kit and the CPR3000. This looks like it is going to be fun! The first thing I’ve noticed is slight difference in the retrofit instructions and what you would normally receive with the factory CPR kit. The retrofit instructions indicate to cut the lower airframe at 16.5 inches, making two sections of 16 and 16.5 inches. The parts list that would come from PML shows that the lower airframe is two sections of pre-slotted 12 inches and 20.5 inches. This will be the cut I make. Other than this minor deviation from my received instructions I will build this as if it were from factory CPR and all stock, since this is a learning kit for me, and perhaps what I will use to cert for Level one, sometime this year if I am lucky enough! The first image is of the ‘4 kit. The second of the CPR3000 components and lastly all of it together. Inventory on the floor since my work bench is buried in the garage for the moment.