The first order of business before installing the turtle deck skin for the final; time is to locate the three formers and using a straight edge check all of the rivet flanges to be certain they are lined up. If the flanges are not positioned correctly, the rivet will grab the flange and you will end up with an indentation in the skin and this is not what I want to happen. You can see in the second picture I have used duct tape to maintain the TD shape. I can then add or remove the formers with out fear of getting a kink in the skin. The skin is only .020 thick so if you try and wrap it around the formers in the fuselage, a kink can occur. Just ask Tony Spicer. I took the third picture so you can see how well the duct tape maintains the desired shape. My next step will be to cleco the first two formers to the skin and then remove the duct tape. The most aft former has to be riveted in place prior to installing the skin and it is not an issue to do this. I don't think you can easily rivet the aft former with the skin on. I could be wrong but I did not want to take a chance. The entire process is quick and easy and the turtle deck falls right into place.