I am thinking of taking on a Goblin build as my next project. My last projects were a 1/6th scale model RC airplane (CADdesign&build - about three years in duration but flew successfully 10 times and has ended up (intact) at the local aerospace museum), a Pennsylvania rifle replica, shoots good) and a Superlite Razor build (three years to a fully California licensed car - which I drive all the time). This last project was fairly similar to a Goblin build (except the latter probably has actual build guidance – the Razor certainly didn’t. I am getting a little old to be taking on a major project but have been cleaning and configuring my garage just in case. The Goblin is different from the Razor in that there is a donor car, which raises all kinds of electrical issues. Going through the (excellent) videos, I am struck by the complexity of working with a donor car harness. On my Razor, I laid out the wires (a hot rod harness) and stared at it for about four weeks before trying anything. That harness is nothing compared to a Cobalt harness. I understand that I may be able to have this company make up the final harness for me (well worth the money) but there are other big issues. First of all is seat mounting – which took about four weeks with the Razor, working from scratch. Does the Goblin actually bring one through this process, with either stock Cobalt seats or something like Corbeaus?? This is a major issue regarding whether to get the chassis powder coated or not – anticipating a lot of welding brackets onto it. This issue is typical of what I would hope to avoid, or at least find helpful guidance with. Many of the build threads I see there are not particularly encouraging (constant appeals for help). I don’t mind a little bit of welding (had to teach myself a lot for the Razor) and fabbing up a bracket or two is no big deal, if not actually fun; but week after week of endless challenges at every juncture is not what I want to sign up for. Another level of questions involve the lead time for components. Just exactly how long should I expect to wait for the Goblin chassis & parts? I am quite impressed with the Goblin as a product, especially compared to the Razor (it is/was an amazing car but the “factory” support was not so great).