So, I decided to start looking at AR's, opposed to SKS/AK's. I'm not in a huge hurry so I am going to buy things a little at a time in hopes of having a complete rifle by the summer. I have a build list in mind but wanted to run it past some more experienced black rifle guys to make sure it's an okay build. Uses for this rifle are basic. I would shoot some outdoor 100 yard ranges initially, just some plinking stuff. I have a G26 and shotgun, but this could possibly perform some HD duty too if needed. I'm not looking for the baddest, most accurate rifle out there. I'm looking to build one to learn the process, say I "built" my own gun and have fun shooting with some friends. Down the road I'm sure, like everything else I do, I'll get one decked out and blow 3 grand on something. But for right now, a decent shooter for $750ish is the goal. Lower, I've narrowed it down to Spikes, Mega or AGP Arms. ~$90 My friend has a lower parts kit, RRA I think. $40 Stock-MAGPUL MOE Carbine-FDE or OD Green- $40 Upper-Either find one used or look at Del-Ton, Roggio or CMT 16" flat top. $400-$500 Magpul PMAGs in FDE or OD. Cheap quad rail with FDE rail covers. Anyone see anything drastically wrong with this first time rifle build? As I was enlightened with the TAPCO=Crap in the other thread, anything you see that I should absolutely stay away from? Thanks for any advice.