Hi Bob. The method I referred to, is using vacuum infusion for the outer carbon layers, then applying a super thin glass (64g/m2) soaked in resin with some excess resin, then honeycomb and vacuum again.From what I've seen of honeycomb, you really have to use prepregs and the adhesive film "coupling layers" to get uniformly good weight properties. If you're using wet layups, even with very careful saturation, you can get much higher weights per unit area.
Afterwards another thin glass layer plus the carbon, but without a soaking layer on the outside. All excess goes to the honey. This method is used for some of the new planes.
BTW, I have a question for you, but I will PM you.