Not sure why building is in quotes. Most of the guys I know that are building projects are doing the bulk of the work themselves with occasional advice mentoring and help from friends. To me, that's a bit of a different scenario from assembling a team of pros to run the build and do the build while you film it and maybe get your hands dirty once in a while too. And I'm not knocking him for doing it that way. But if you assemble a team of experienced techs in a hangar full of tools and equipment and then represent that as 'this is what's its like for an amateur building a kit plane...' well let's just say I would find that to be a little bit disingenuous. And I'm not saying that's what he's going to do. Maybe he'll be the one that does the lion share of the drilling and deburring and dimpling and riveting and he'll just have the team there to film him and guide him and setup work areas. But that wasn't what I took from his comments on the project so far. What I took from his comments is that he doesn't know what a bandsaw is and is glad he's got a team of experts who can handle those things for him.