I have been printing the 3DLabprint planes since he started out with the spitfire. I have actually printed quite a few of them, and although they are heavier than a foamy they still fly very nice. We asked Stepan from 3Dlabprint if it was ok to print and sell his planes, and his response was once you buy the files you can sell as many as you like. So I guess I am testing the waters to see of there is actually an interest out there. I have seen many people state they would like to own one but don't have a printer or the know how to print them. The planes can be found here: https://3dlabprint.com/ . As far as price goes, I am not sure at this point. It would depend on which plane. The P38 would be around $140 as it seems to be the largest one to print, where as a Spitfire or P51 would run around $90.00. Something to keep in mind is that this is for the printed parts only, trimming, building, installing your electronics, and finishing/painting if you want would be your responsibility. I am sure that will not be a problem as we are all RC enthusiast, and normally build our own stuff anyways. The planes actually have an assembly manual also, and there are a lot of videos that 3Dlabprint has on youtube for assembly. I wouldn't be against assembly for a price, but shipping may be an issue as it would be larger and more fragile. Here are some examples of the P38. This one took abit longer to build but it was worth it in the end. Let me know what you guys think. Ill post other pictures of examples later on when I find my pictures I took.