I've always loved the Hellcat so I decided to build it. It was a very easy build with the same style as John Overstreet's Corsair. It uses the new master series power pod. After designing the P-47 and Focke Wulf 190 I have learned a lot about how to build master series planes. At first it can seem overwhelming but it really is not that bad. Once you understand how to build them you can build any plane you want. They also turn out lighter, and fly better than traditional box spar flitetest planes in my opinion. In the Hellcat's flight videos you can see how floaty and light it is. The plans should be up soon for the Hellcat, I just need to draw up the hatch for the bottom. Now that school is out I can go back in and fix plans to release them to the community. I have just been too busy trying to finish other planes for Flitefest Ohio. Especially the new scale Ju-87 Stuka, painted P-47, 190, F6F, and a few more secrets to come.