IMHO, Bensen never offered a non-funky-looking tail set. The Bensen metal tail weighed a ton and looked kinda of patched-together to me. Dr. B. used straight-line cuts on both the wood and metal tails, to make them easy to build.
No other gyro manufacturer has dared to offer anything so brutal-looking.
Rounding off the sharp corners improves their appearance quite a bit.
Just cuts and fit so it looked right.
I put the Horizontal stab what I believe to be where the majority of the thrust of the prop would be to make it as effective as possible.
With 8 hours of testing it seems to be very stable.
All pieces are .125 2024, sheared to size.