Began work on the fuselage tonight. Wasn’t sure where to start, but I need a seat to climb in the fuse and make airplane sounds, so I started there. Studied plans, dug out parts and away I went. Started with the 832C left and right angles. Cut the bottom per the plans, then got to work with the scotchbrite wheel. My wheel had 5 or 6 grooves from the empanage and wing build. Deburring the heavy angle 832C helped straighten out a good bit of the wheel. Next I used a dremel to separate the 832B and 832D angles. Deburred these angles on the scotchbrite wheel also.