I now have 100 flights with this Mig-35B built entirely of Dollar Tree Foam (DTF - Adams Readiboard).
I have also flown it when there was quite a bit of moisture on the grass as I might have mentioned in previous write ups and all the glue seams and paper that was left on the foam has held up as if brand new.
I might have mentioned in a previous post that it does take a little more care in handling this plane on the nose, fuselage and nacelles where the paper has been removed as the foam is softer and more flexible and handling these areas too roughly can be hard on the glue joints. I primarily handle it by grasping it where the wing meets the LERX which is where I hold it for launch. This area is quite strong.
Going forward, I can see no reason why this plane should not last hundreds more flights in any condition in which I might fly. Very impressed with how this plane is holding up :)