I am working on a CV that is over 200 blocks in length, reasonable height and enough width so it doesn't look bulky but still big. The finished plan is to have large hangars to fit bigger SV's, a dock thing on the bottom for HV's to explore the ground, massively protected core and as much weapons as limited in Survival with a Creative/un-restricted alternative set of weapons as well. Over 3o XL Thrusters on the bottom to take off and land on planets without getting stuck in-atmosphere, and will have XL Reverse Thrusters, XL Side Thrusters and XL Thrusters to Propell it. Made completely out of Combat Steel Blocks, probably won't bother painting due to its sheer size. Will have over 20 T3 Fuel Tanks, a T2 Generator and as many RCS needed for it to turn. The problem is, the framework I've done alone takes almost 2 days to do the BP, and almost half a million Iron. (Yes, the time can most definitely be reduced to a few hours if you use combat steel in the BP, which is the only way this could possibly be practical on Survival). My question is - Will it be practical for people? To me it seems extremely difficult to make even for the biggest of grinders, so may I have your opinion on it? If you want to know what it is, I'm not releasing too much information in case someone tries to compete with the design or something, but it's loosely based on a cross of a Star Wars and Killzone ship. So what's your opinion? Would you think you'd be able to use this ship in Survival or is it just more of a creative-ship design or for servers/singleplayer players who open the itemmenu? It would be appreciated. I'm not going to stop working on it at this point as it has taken me almost 2 days to get where I am at with it now, but opinions on its practicality etc would be appreciated. EDIT: The purpose of the ship is more of a 'Capital' ship, and it's actually big enough to fit some of the smallest CV's inside, and bigger SV's. Meant for high-resource servers where some playfields are wiped or meteorites are enabled in high frequency.