Nice job rudderman! Any thrustline problems?
Any "all of the above" votes would cancel out relative to percentages? If so then a no vote would be the same I guess.
By "most" I mean that you make and fly. I've always bought balsa ARFs but myself a builder from way-back. Just never enough time, and want to fly more.
Recently I not only discovered the ease of foam bashing with the Wally Wing project but that even scratch building w/foam doesn't have to be much more work that some ARFs!
In fact, I've "re"discovered the pleasure of building again along with what mattk17 said about the feeling of seeing an original fly.
I read recently (related to competition at least) that building planes is a hobby, and buying ARFs to fly makes it a sport.
Not sure I agree, but just thought I'd get an idea of the #'s out there.