I was recently involved in the building of a Zigolo ultralight, and I am the sole pilot for now. The thing flies very nicely, but I would enjoy flying it more if I didn’t have constant anxiety over whether it will hold together in the air. Did I really swage that bracing cable inside the wing correctly, and how would I know if it began to slip? What about that elevator cable attachment inside the covered vertical stabilizer? I’ll admit that I breathe a bit of a sigh of relief when I get above about 400’, where the BRS is most likely to be effective. Just wondering how much of this is rational vs irrational, and either way, whether others have experienced this and found ways to (rationally) put it out of their mind.