Yes they all fly, they are all set-up for Micro-Maxx Quest motors, which you guy's may have read some of the stuff here. Motors will be available for many years to come! Great small field flyer average altitude is 100 feet some much more others like the very heavy 17.1g Explorer Aquarius only about 15 to 20 feet.
Micro-Maxx motors are 1/4"dia. x 1" long with .35 n/sec and .5 sec delay.
Gus: the Aquarius Nose cone is a turned basswood piece, Handcarved dome, then hollowed out with a dremel. Aquarius had a .448" (10.5mm) main body, those tanks are .246" (6mm) tubing. recovers on an 8" mylar chute
Just ya know guy's building and painting & decaling hasn't been any more difficult than building, painting ect. standard size models. I think the biggest difference is in the balance / nose weight or fin area.
Thanks Doug, I like the Alien Space Probe also, that's a good example of the stability question I was just talking about, the Probe took 15 #9 lead shot (.75g) to bring the CG back to the proper spot for a stable flight.
Areobee300: That aint the half of it
heres a composite pic of most of the scratch built fleet by type
Sorry Rob: didn't mean to side track your thread, back to your Yankee. You did a great job on the paint pattern!