So I am about 80% done with my build, and it has been quiet enjoyable actually. I don't seem to be missing any parts, it turns on, nothing has broke or cracked yet. So, so far so good. I do have a few tips though and I didn't see a concise thread to post these in so I will put them here for now. 1. Don't over tighten things. This is a plastic printer most stuff only needs to be snug and putting the He-Man grip on stuff will probably break things. 2. Be meticulous and ask questions. I am generally pretty good at figuring stuff out, but I would probably be done by now if I had hopped on here and asked a simple question rather than stare at the issue for 10mins. 3. Don't be afraid to move on in the manual if something makes absolutely no sense. A lot of stuff regarding the Titan and Hybird carriage are not very well explained when you first encounter them, but later on are very well explained. 4. Set the nuts in the frame nut traps first then build the frame. I used a pair of channel locks to squish all the nuts into the traps, it only took about 30mins once I got a grove down and it made it so much easier. 5. Drill out stubborn holes. I did not have the proper drill bits to drill out any holes, so I had to strong arm a lot of them. This is definitely not the recommended approach. 6. Read everything and look at all the pictures. A lot of the pictures can be clicked on and blown up to super large high quality versions. With that said some of the pictures are completely useless because they are so close to the subject matter that you have no context of where a part should go. Refer to #2 in that case. I swear I had a few more tips but I can't remember them at the moment. Have fun and happy building! I can't wait till I get to finish mine!