Ron is the go to guy for the Fly Baby! As Ron might remember, I'm one of the folks who waited a long time for a set of Fly Baby plans. I've got the Hevle drawings, and they are a very basic fuselage drawing. If you want to build a "bone stock" Hevle, if there is such a thing, you should not have any problems it will be easy if you've scratch built a model airplane or two.
One side note. I recently compared my new plans to a set about two years old. We noticed that the cover picture is different, and the quality of the copy is much better on the newer plans. The picture page was nearly useless in the older document. Notice I said "page" because it is just pictures of completed Fly Babies, the entire plan is drawings, no pictures (remember it is a 1962 document.)
I had printed the entire series of articles before I received my plans. My opinion on them is, yes you can build a Fly Baby from them, but I'd consider them the "Cliff Notes" version of the plans, there is more information in the full planset. Some of the drawings are reduced to as little as 25% of the original size, and things like the optional wing wire attachment drawings (used by the Hevles) are not in the magazine.
Last, spend a lot of time on Ron's site, it is packed with info, and some downloads too that will help you build the airplane. Thanks again Ron!
Tandem Fly Baby, just starting to cut wood.