I guess mine would have to be what truly feels like the growing expectation of others that if a detail set for kit "X" is available, it damn well better be used, or else you just haven't put any effort into your project, and it's just not good enough. We get so caught up in trying to perform to someone elses expectations hoping for acceptance that many projects that could be finished and on the shelf sit in the box partially done waiting for that last bit of fluff to make it "just right". Unfortunately, there is no "last" bit of fluff. Some new widget a half degree more accurate comes down the pipe to supercede what you just bought and installed, or that your paint job that you spent weeks/months researching is half a shade off, thus negating any idea that the project is "just right".
When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return. --Leonardo Da Vinci EAA # 729686 delete the word spam from email addy