Eachine hit a homerun with this model, the Micro Skyhunter is well regarded within the FPV community; as a well designed plane, exhibiting excellent flight characteristics as well as being very easy to assemble, even despite it's lack of instructions. (Very helpful build log, here.)
We are selling the PNP version. The FPV gear will have to be purchased separately. What the kit does include makes it a very complete base to build from. All the servos are installed, replete with pushrods and control horns. The motor is basically a race quad motor, which means there is a ton of propeller sizes and styles to choose from. Like the servos the motor is pre installed on a mount at the rear of the fuse. A twenty amp ESC is connected to the motor and awaits your receiver. The electronics tray inside of the fuse, slides fore and aft allowing it to be used for fine tuning of the CG. The canopy splits into two parts. The top half can be removed to reveal a thin ply bulkhead for mounting FPV cameras to. The airframe is constructed of durable EPO, meaning it will take some abuse and still provide many hours of flight time.
An all up weight of approx 400 grams will result in a zippy 1 to 1 power to weight ratio. This model can be surprisingly fast, and it is a speed that belies it's tubby fuse and draggy twin booms. The real surprise is, that as fast as this model is, it slows down without becoming unstable "tip stally" making landings nice and easy.