ByDanJohnson posted a video of the Affordaplane. It's remarkably low content, and I'm not accustomed to that sort of material from him. I'm not entirely sure
how I feel about him pushing this plane, as he's a pretty serious pilot, and it's not a very serious airplane. He also linked to
GentHarris's videos.. which really sours the taste in my mouth. At least the slideshow has a fair bit of fun pictures.
Robert Dingus on http://www.homebuiltairplanes.com came across a mostly built Affordaplane. And he's doing the math to prove out the airframe. I went far enough to determine "things were all messed up" and gave up. He's carrying things right on to completion.
His plane is disastrously over the Ultralight weight limit, but he's ok with that, and he knows it's not an ultralight. All of the pictures i'm posting, are his. And if you'd like to see the discussion of the airframe's engineering, it's available in the thread, here:
It looks like a decent build. I'd have some worries about the wheels. Those look like tadpole trike/wheel chair hubs with bike rims. That plane is at least 400lbs, and then pilot, and fuel... I wonder if the wheels will hold up. That was a problem for early ultralights that were doing essentially the same thing.