Attention to detail is important because this fuselage has carbon tows, the arial for the receiver is routed in a plastic tube down the fuselage away fron the tows, visible behind the rudder servo which is now pull/pull with steel cable no more pushrods. A thick wooden dowel forms a compresion strut between the wing leading edges and it is this that probably saved the wing joiner last time.
There she is.. I managed to save about 1.2kg on the last one and with a thicker wing she should fly at a lower speed which should make launches a little easier.
This glider was build in under 2 weeks and is the best one yet in terms of finish, good planning and project management aid in getting such results.