I started my SCX-10 build by answering two ads on the KeeJieGee newspaper on my 286 PC (updated to near 386) using the Information Super Hi-way. One was for a Dingo kit less axles, body and C-Frame. The other was for a pair of prebuilt axles housings complete. Again using the Info Super Hiway, I was able to view my old friend Mr Tower's catalog on my computor screen. oooh, very exciting... I reccomend the experience. I immediately ripped out a mail order form from the back of one of my old Tower catalogs and sent Mr Tower in Champaign Illinois USA a letter along with it. I told him not to worry about my 30 year old unaddressed warranty claim for my Tamiya Grasshopper ser# 0146 and assured him that there were no hard feelings as I had traded it off at the Losi dealership for a low mileage Duratrax some 15 years ago and it was somebody elses problem now. I also explained to Mr. Tower that I was uncomfortable sending my Chargex number through the mail and would he mind if he billed me later. He replied and reminded me that I could send a money order; which I did. Mr Tower must have remembered me because he convienently made no mention of the $2.31 Tamiya warranty claim for the Grasshopper that I had written him about several times before. He is no doubt surrounded by brilliant accountants who would recognize the hit on their bottom line should Tamiya not authorize the claim. A while later, I mailed a letter to a Mr. Asiatees who lives in Hongkong with an order for more stuff. I sent the letter the cheapest possible way; to help keep my build costs down and also because I have been worried about air mail over the Pacific ever since that poor young Miss Ehrhart went missing; not to mention the recent Air India disaster that undoubtedly was carrying mail. His assistant wrote me back (air mail!) saying that the order would be filled in a few days and by the time I receive this that it was likely on its way by airmail as well. She had completely ignored my advice that transporting by ship and arranging it to be put on rail at the port of Vancouver to be sent east to me, would be in my experience; the most reliable method. I sent another letter to a Mr Bizarre in America and yet another to another man from China. I visited my LHS the other day for some things for the build and got me some of those new lipo suction batteries (apparently these were originally designed for girls who were a little too big where the pin fits) and a charger to boot. He kind of laughed at me when I asked for 75Mhz AM crystals. I guess he is just not up on the most modern things yet. I would have spent more time to enlighten him, but I had to pee and was worried about the battery in my medi-chair scooter. Update: The parts I ordered from my old friend Mr Tower arrived. He must be on vacation in Reno because one of the boxes came from there. Here is the build so far. I know it is not done in the order that Axial would like you to do it, but I spilled half a warm Pilsner that I had been sipping on for two days , all over the instructions. I mocked up the build to this point to do some measurements for links and extensions.