Four free sliding motor mounts glued together over a huge launch lug, smashing into a JB Welded cap which in turn launches a tractor motored rocket that looks like a launch pad. Once the thrust backs off the mount can again slide back as needed (or not) for deployment ejection. Once the four chutes are out the mounts can slide back up and smash yet again into the cap stop. Yes Mr. RSO, I know it can work. Yes it looks just like a launch pad sitting out there, but there is a sturdy 3/8" launch rod going down the center that is firmly planted in the ground. Yes it looks like little Davey is going to launch yet another seemingly dangerous, clustered and fin less rocket, but in reality it will all become one big tractor motored rocket. Yes, the motors start out near the bottom of the rocket - where they should be - and then slide up and hit what looks like a rod cap carelessly left on the rod, launching a funny looking, tractor motored, flying launch pad abomination, but what fun could be had! Really, when those motors slide up and hit the heavy cap, the CG is super good! Even with the mount sliding back after trust and propellant burn out, it will still have a lot of nose weight an momentum, and just look as those big launch pad fins at the back of the rocket, a picture of stability. Yes, the launch lug and nose weight nut/washer are metal, but I need the metal to make this one work, just like the high power guys need the aluminum tips and fin cans with the big motors. This one is just four wimpy D12-5's. Yes it looks like naughty little Davey is launching an obviously unstable clustered rocket with the safety cap left on, which in turn takes the entire pad into the sky, but that is the whole point of oddroc fun. Mindsim, upgraded version, plan print out: The plan has been reviewed by real United Launch Alliance rocket scientist. Parts laid out on couch: Notice Estes "yellow 24mm reinforcement tubes" left over from previous builds. All scrap, left over and hardware store sourced parts. Very low budget.