First of all, excellent build so far sir. Secondly as I have built one of the academy monstrosities and choose fruil tracks, let me pass on this bit of advice. Use a malleable wire as the track runs will begin to curve to one wide. I used brass wire and found that attempting to straighten I only deformed the track runs. If I had used a more easily bent wire, the wire would have bent instead. Also, your front mud flaps might get in the way.of your track and idler wheel. The fruil is, I think, a Tad thicker and makes the track run into the flap. Good luck sir. Watching in earnest.
I have found that if you use the aluminum wire that is included with the Fruili track, you get the curved runs. My experience was with Centurion track that stayed noticeably curved once they were installed and gave the model the classic "toed in" look. I have switched to brass wire for the past couple sets that I have done (Panther late and Merkava IV) and have not had the problems with curved runs, since. Oddly enough, the Panther track had brass wire included with the links, while I had to go to the local Hobby Lobby for K&S Wire to replace the supplied aluminum wire. The brass also endures the chemical weathering process a bit better.