I haven't posted much in a while but finally have moved forward. The cables and pulleys nearly did me in! To say the plans are "lacking information" is an understatement. My wing drawings only showed one dotted line and one pulley on the rear spar for the entire wing! That's it; nothing more. So, what did I do? Got help here of course. Lets see, Christian, Laz, Duane; thanks. I also looked at lots of pictures. One thing I have found is that the wood 2+2 wing is a mix of just about everything Piper has built over the years. Anyway, I have the cables run and finished in the first wing. The wood cove needs a bottom piece of ply when I flip it over but is otherwise finished; cove ready to install on second wing. The second wing hangs from the ceiling ready for the same steps. Like every repetitive step the second one seems to take about 1/10 the time. Everything is made and ready to install on the second wing so that should go relatively fast. So what next? Close off the leading edge? Build the fuel tank hangers? Complete fuel tanks before leading edge? I also need to figure out something under the tank to create the bottom profile of the rib at mid tank. While I decide on what sequence to do next I'll finish the second wing to this current set up and than go from there. I sure am curious how much these wings will weigh. Everything in wood so far has been lighter than metal. The ribs (full aileron bay ribs) came in at less than 8oz and that seems to be pretty light compared to some of the rib weights that Bill posted. I will say that building up wood wings from scratch with the limited info in the plans has taken me way longer than expected. I will have a great set of wings when finished and really nice CAD drawings for the next guy to work from! Here are some pictures of the pulley set up. I made all the hangers from scratch (way too much time in hind sight) and all the pulleys are bearings.