Re-Did my Viagra rocket as previously advised, extended the shock cord between the segments. Got a good and interesting flight, hard to see on the video but the sharper eyed will see the rocket descending around 42 seconds into video, mid screen a little bit to the left. The tail end of the rocket (which includes the body tube and the dowl stiffener) went into a backward (tail first) glide, trailing the segments and nose cone like a streamer. Fortunately landed in the grass, with no damage. Overall, proved the concept of a centrally rigid skeleton works with a segmented rocket. As on previous post on this, the reason for the central skeleton was that, with the Break Away rocket after a few flights there was enough curve or flex in the rocket that it was no longer "straight" enough for a stable flight.