I have been planning out my Performer 98's recovery system with electronics and wanted to get some feedback/tips from the community. The whole goal of this project is to get more experience in L2 and go for my L3 on a college budget once I am ready. Total price for this project including motor should be under $1000. I'm using RocketPoxy for constructing the rocket and will be notching the top centering ring for the y-harness to pass through. Recovery: MAIN: PAR-70 w/ SW-1500 protected by 12" x 12" nomex attached on midline loop (Payload bay) DROGUE: PAR-18 w/ SW-1500 protected by 12" x 12" nomex attached on midline loop. (Booster section) SHOCKCORD: 1/4" tubular kevlar - 15ft for booster, 15ft for payload, 9ft y-harness glued onto motor tube (around 3ft on each side) and attached to the booster shock cord with quick link. Simulation: ~80fps on PAR-18, ~16fps on PAR-70 Electronics: - RRC3 Sport (main) deploy drogue at apogee and main at 800ft. - RRC2+ (secondary) deploy drogue at apogee +1 and main at 500ft. - RRC3 Dual 98mm Modular Sled System (2 switches, 4 bulkhead terminals, 2 snaps) just need wiring kit suggestions. Tracker: Need suggestions for around $200, will probably end up being in the nosecone (Ebay) or in a bay attached to the nosecone bulkhead ubolt. Suggestions/tips regarding any part of the project are appreciated. The initial simulations show the rocket reaching 14K ft at Mach 1.4 on an 'M' motor, but of course that will change as the project progresses and I complete 3 or more shakedown flights.