I’ll say that over the first half of the strakes (Chapter 21) are complete. The leading edges are mounted as well as the labyrinth of ribs and baffles as well. The bottom skins are mounted, as are the top side T-hats constructed. The bird is ready to be flipped inverted to glass the bottom strake skins.
However, prior to flipping the bird I am taking a bit of time to finish up the aft nose/avionics cover install, the aileron construction/install, the right strake pilot air vent, and the final tasks to complete the instrument panel install.
Then, once the plane is upside down to finish the bottom of the strakes, I plan on knocking out a whole slew of things: including bottom strake-to-bottom wing intersection finishing, hell hole cover, belly RAM air scoop, main gear leg-to-fuselage interface, firewall trim and lower cowling install. Yes, I expect this bird to be inverted for about a month before it gets flipped back upright to close out the strakes with the top skin install.
At that point it will be on to the winglet/rudder install (Chapter 20). Then engine and upper cowling install, finish and prime/paint.