But then it'd be up to you to deal with the FAA. Keep in mind that by selling a "kit", the company and the builder still need to comply with the 51% rule. And this is especially true today since the FAA is coming down hard on fast-build kits and will probably shut down most if not all unapproved builder assistance centers. If you were to build the airplanes then you would become the "manufacturer", which would put you into a whole new category of bureaucracy. I think this may become a potential problem for the producers of these airplanes since the kit and assembled LSA products will need to be produced in such a way that there is a clear debarkation between the two product variants. Given the FAA's current aggressive stance for getting back to the "spirit" of the 51% rule, there may be some interesting and possibly painful developments in the industry in the next year or so.