More to come, but the build is pretty well documented by FliteTest here: http://flitetest.com/articles/ft-versa-wing-build and here: http://flitetest.com/articles/blunt-nose-conversio...
I went to my local printer store and had them print out the build plans for this plan at 150% scale and built the larger version out of cheap foam board. I also made the vertical stabilizers taller to improve low speed vertical stability.
Install motor, ESC & receiver as instructed on FliteTest
On the battery harness, add two way parallel splitter (http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__10265__...
to connect two batteries. Since this plane is larger than the original, two batteries can actually fit in either wing, giving twice the flight time and improving the weight distribution.
Finally I soldered an extra + & - wires to power the beaglebone through the Power-bar cape (http://elinux.org/AndiceLabs:PowerBar)