I'm a 5'10 190lb wounded veteran looking for some upper body exercise and a little peace and escape from the post combat stresses in my life. This route and company have been recommended by several other vets so I figured i'd give it a go. I'm not interested in a canoe, the kayak just fits what i'm interested in a looking for for my first build. My legs still work (although not well, thus the kayak interest) and i've completed a roll-over course in a kayak so I am capable of safely bailing from a kayak should the thing roll (little disclaimer before anyone poo-poo's the idea from the get go), but I'm looking for a boat with several caveats. First, I have an 11' 5" shed to build this in. Second, and the FAR AND ABOVE two most important aspects of my need are ease of build, and stability. I also for the record have no wood working experience. I do have above average common sense and have nothing but time given to guidance to take pride in this. I couldn't possibily care less about speed or payload. I won't be taking this monster on overnight trips so gear storage is a non issue and I won't be going anywhere with any waves or anything other than boat wakes. After searching and searching and deep thought it seems the Wood Duck 10 would be the best place to start. What is/are the main difference between the wood duck and the wood duck 10?Now my question for the experienced builders: Is the wood duck the easiest to build/most stable boat that i'd have room to build? Time and patience are not an issue, I just want to do this right. I've read the literature and understand that "anyone can do it," I've just never talked to anyone that actually has done it and do speak boat so most what i've read about it jibberish to me. I look forward to hearing everyones answers and respectfully and greatly appreciate any and all constructive advice anyone has to offer!