Wow! I thought I had these buggers down. It doesn't look aweful, I thought I was lining them up ok. I usually misbuild things and get a little twist in my other kits so I didn't think anything of it, sorry Emil, and Moshe. Anyways, to continue I finished up the low speed manuevering slats. From my understanding these are kind of spring loaded and are always deployed down when on the ground. I guess the increase in airspeed causes them to retract up into its recess. They increase the manueverability when a dogfight with guns gets "low and slow", allowing tighter moves without stalling. One account of this type of dogfighting says its like a knifefight in a phonebooth. Anyways similies aside here are the flaps being built up. They are not simply a doubled over part, you have to round up the leading edge, crease the underneath part and but glue the length at the back, and therre is a tiny little former at the thick end to help keep its shape. When it's all shaped up you need to put 2 tiny airfences on the leading edge. And yes I squished the tip of the 1st one a little, the part had me a little frazzeled when I built it in card, so I printed them on thinner type bond 22lb paper and went together fine. There are a little fragile with this paper but look a lot better. Not a design flaw, just a builder's preference!