A number years ago I used to build models step by step following the instructions. If glue had to dry I waited before proceeding further. However, many times I would run out of patience and move one before it had a chance to dry properly. Because of that many times I would get in a mess and the end result would not be what I hoped for. The progress was very slow as well. Then I came up with the idea of building several sub-assemblies at the same time. The way it works is that if I can't continue one sub-assembly because glue needs to dry then I work on another one. Things got much smoother since then and I move forward much faster. I work the same way on the Tucker kit. The kit is big with nearly endless count of possible parallel tasks thus creating a challenge of timing them right. For the most part I have been doing fine so far but once in a while I miscalculate. For example, I could have had roof shell finished last night but glue oozed out while gluing two pre-painted parts. I cleaned the glue off. However, the color changed and the parts needed to be repainted and re-weathered. It was easy and quick task but had 24 hour drying time. That meant I couldn't continue working on the roof. Had I done this task day or two ago I would have been able to proceed. Thanks to my building style though I simply continued working on another part instead of watching some dumb show on TV for the rest of the night.