I like the looks of the Obsidian and Micro-Hawk - definitely interested in picking those up! Got my Honeybee assembled - awaiting priming and painting now. I added a thin bead of glue around the base of the nose cone, then let it dry separately to add thickness and tighten the fit of the nose with body tube. That seemed to do the trick well enough - the nose is now just tight enough to stay in place if I turn the rocket upside-down, but loose enough that it'll still pop off easily. BTW, appreciated the nice "extras" with the Honeybee kit that were included - through the wall fins, alignment markings on motor mount, motor mount shock cord groove, marked glue applicator, spares on both streamer & launch lug, and fin template for repairs (which hopefully won't be needed!).