I reached a pretty big milestone at the field today, I now have two NAMC Mig-35s in the 200+ flight club.
I have gone over every glue joint on this plane and they are still as solid as the day I built it, I did have one "gonk" where I landed a little hard, but the glue joint on the intake/nacelle did not break, only the foam, so a quick and ugly hot glue repair at the field and away we went.
The green plane is older having first flown on 12 Dec 2014 and has a few more flights on it at 218 (20.0 hrs of flight time). The glue joints (especially in the nose) are somewhat flexible, more than when I first built and flew it. It isn't like the plane feels sloppy or anything, but it leads me to believe that a certain amount of energy when maneuvering is being lost due to this flex compared to the stronger, stiffer plane built completely with Foam Cure.
Since building this first yellow plane completely with Foam Cure, I have built about six more planes with it and I continue to be very satisfied with this product not only for it's price and availability, but for it superior strength and durability.