I had some time this weekend so I went about challenging myself to make a scratch build pusher, with a "T" tail! I've noticed most of the aircraft at my workplace have a "T" tail (usually to accommodate fuselage mounted engines) And it got me curious as to how difficult it would be to use that configuration on a scratch build. So I took an afternoon and decided to make a T tail pusher for FPV flying and this is what I came up with! During some engine runs I noticed the vertical stabiliser was getting moved around quite a bit by the turbulence from prop. I fixed this problem with a couple BBQ skewers for bracing. I was shocked at how much authority the elevator had, considering it's a relatively small surface (I had to dial the rates back to around 35% to make it smooth). But the maiden was successful and a great proof of concept. I will definitely be making some changes to version 2. I was surprised at how straight forward it was to design. I'd love to see what others are doing with this idea and any improvements or tips would be appreciated!