Mel Asberry-DAR, met me at the hangar today for the airworthiness inspection. The inspection and paperwork went smoothly and took a couple of hours—he had a couple of minor suggestions, but found nothing of a safety concern. We completed all paperwork and he then gave me a Special Airworthiness Certificate as well as a copy of operating limitations. These limitations include a 75 nautical mile radius around KGYI as well as a straight line corridor between KGYI and KTYR. The route to Tyler is a little over 100 nautical miles which should provide some testing of speed runs etc. Tyler also has numerous runways to practice as much crosswind landings as I want to tackle. Mel also gave me a form that I need to take to FISDO for the repairman certificate. A long time ago (January 2010) I began construction on this plane and 2631+ hours later it officially became an airplane. I still have wheel pants to finish—just never seem to get done with fiberglass! Next step is Phase I flight testing. YIPEE!