I built this offering according to the manual’s specifications for electric-powered flight. The Wayfarer proved to be a good-looking and well-performing 2-meter, electric-powered glider. I would classify the build’s difficulty as entry-to-intermediate level. A first-time builder could take on this project if they had a seasoned builder with them to give advice and/or hands-on help.

If you are going to build this model for hi-start only, I recommend that you consider adding spoilers to help with spot landings when a go-around is not an option.

The wing build-up would easily allow for adding a spoiler bay to each wing panel. In conclusion, the Wayfarer from Old School Model Works is a winner. It checks all of the boxes for easy-going, low-stress, RC model aviation.