[/QUOTE]Consider this: Each wing cell /aileron type will have its own set of mouse traps to deal with detachment/re-attachment, and storage. With the Junkers wing, you could have some pink foam insulation boards cut to slide between wing and aileron, and clamp in place, holding the aileron in a fixed position.
It is, after all, your aircraft, and your decision. I was making a suggestion.
Most likely I am the greenhorn here so this is only my perception that removing to store the wing in a trailer and reinstalling repeatedly might lead to damage since the junkers aileron isn't inline with the wing. Maybe not so.
I haven't handled aircraft much to have a strong opinion. Ok so with your idea lets say handling removal storage is fine. How about weight and construction method? I can see it would be easier to build the wing but I don't know how to build a junkers aileron.