Well, all the pages have measurments on them. The formers are scaled properly to the page, but the other pieces are too big to fit on printer paper. Even if you could print out the larger pieces you would still need to measure a ton of lines within the perimeter. It would be nicer to look at though than a crummy picture. To me it just makes sense to print it out draw your lines and cut. I dont really see how you could do this without getting a ruler out and measuring your lines. Not trying to sound rude or anything. I also dont know much about cad or if it improve the process.
From my point of view, I'd say your design can be replicated with the provided plans. However, given the time and effort I'd have to invest into trying to figure out how they work, it's just not worth it for me to try. That's my 2 cents. Others may be more motivated. What gets me is that it's such a neat design with a lot of good techniques that I would love to explore (and I'm sure many of us would want to as well) but I fear the lack of polish on the plans is going to be an obstacle.
From my experience, it's quicker to draw in CAD than it is in real life, once you get used to it. And it's far more accurate. I picked up InkScape in about an hour, and once I got the hang of it it does what I need. I'll be trying CAD for my next design attempt, though. As for the problem that some pieces won't fit on a 9x11 sheet of paper, that's true of all Flite Test plans. I've printed many a plan in tiled mode though, and it doesn't take me long (about 5-10 minutes) to tape those printer sheets into 8x2 sheet grids.
If you draw everything up in CAD (like Flite Test with all the pieces templated), I would love to beta build this for you. It looks like a great design! I'm NOT trying to shame you for doing things your way. I just want to point out that while your way may work for you, it's not working for me, and from my point of view it won't be easy for most other people as well. I really appreciate you sharing the design and build video with us and I want to be helpful! I have seen you around the forum and I love how you share your build processes with us.
Can I ask, have you done a FliteTest build before?