Again, this is true, but it doesn't make the Mosquito a "Sten Gun" aircraft or a heavily productionized design. Yes, it was designed to take advantage of existing skills, tools, and the strategic material situation. However, these are two different things (although you could have a "Sten Gun" aircraft that you can build quickly, with semi-skilled labor, that is still designed around strategic material limits, and even takes advantage of some "traditional" methods.The reason for the Mosquito is that DH still had a ton of workers and engineers skilled in working with wood. Plus, most of Britain's aluminum (or at least a good chunk of it) was imported (mostly from North America). Ironically, almost all the balsa wood used in the Mosquito (and later Vampire, Hornet, and Venom) had to be imported from South America.