I like to fly and I don't like to build. The longest part of the processes to get to the field was charging the battery. The entire assembly consisted of getting a receiver and transmitter from my closet and plugging in the pre installed servos. The wing is attached to the fuse with a handy little hook that grabs the rubber band and seats the two together.
This plane is perfect for the park across the street from my house. It took me several flights before I got to the point of not over controlling it. Oh yes, it hit the ground several times during those initial flights with nothing a little Elmer's glue couldn't fix. I consider myself an intermediate pilot and am able to do loops and rolls.
The only negative is it comes with two props and the website doesn't have replacement props. A trip down to my local hobby shop has taken care of that problem. As I mentioned I am not an expert pilot and even some of my good landings result in a broken prop.