I am going to post my first fiberglass build on MPR but might fly it on a small HPR motor later. I heard of this company from the rocketry show podcast and liked the sound of the quality of the kits so I went and bought one. I just finished a loc graduator for my L1 flight next month and can relax a bit and enjoy the challenge of building a new kit. I was interested in fiberglass kits for a while but stayed away due to weight. This kit will likely not fly anything other than a baby H but looked to be a clean kit and I liked that it was one of the few without radical split fins. I also liked the motor diameter to body tube (29/38mm) I will post the kit contents tonight-it appears so far from everyone else who has purchased one that these kits are very nice to build. As time allows I might try to post a few pics of my loc graduator L1 build but for now this kit has my attention-says it can use up to an “I” so we will see-the site said through “H” but the package says “I”. I am not sure why but it would be nice for Mach One Rocketry to offer the final built weight on the website-Ill be translating it to rocksim anyway but it would be nice to know ahead of time. (After speaking with the owner tonight the rocksim files are already available) As a side note-these kits do not offer a parachute BUT when I ordered the cheaper of what they offered they were unfortunately (fortunately) out and substituted for a rocketman parachute at no additional cost! Great customer service guys! Keep it up! Really looking forward to this build. I typically with quality cardboard rockets (Loc etc) will use 30 min epoxy and make another CR and sometimes 2 part foam around a motor mount if its gonna get kicked hard. This kit will be a bit different but I am still planning on using the 30 min Epoxy for all assembly and fillets. I notice lots of people using huge amounts of rocketpoxy and even J B weld for fillets-is this really necessary? I have never lost a fin to 30 min epoxy but my HPR experience is limited at this time. I typically leave the aft ring off during the build so I can access the MMT and fins for internal fillets. Any thoughts/ideas are welcome in my build thread. Pics of kit tonight! Thanks!