I have been doing research for about a month now on rebuilding a 16' Mitchell style skiff. This boat needs a complete overhaul, I will be replacing the transom and cutting out all seats and adding front and rear decks. It will be powered by a 25 Johnson. I'm beginning to compile a list of materials and having trouble deciding what type cloth to use on certain parts. First, the transom. I plan to rebuild with a marine grade plywood, more than likely 2x 1/2" glued together. After gluing the core in place and then filling any gaps on the sides/bottom and filleting, do I need to glass over the fillets with tape or do I go straight to glassing the entire core in place? What weight and type of cloth do I need to use? Second, the stringers. I will also construct these from marine grade plywood, again 2x 1/2" glued together. To glass these in place what weight and type cloth should I use? Third, the decks/bulkheads/floor. These I will construct from 3/8" exterior grade plywood. I plan to coat everything with 2 coats of epoxy and then glue in place. After that I plan to glass over the top/exterior facing sides with 6oz plain weave cloth. Should I use something heavier here for more strength? This isn't my first time working with fiberglass/epoxy, but it is my first time selecting the materials. I've read through so many build and repair threads and there seem to be many ways to skin the cat. I just want to make sure I'm on the right track.