I like the placement of the jet in the Bobcat, inline with the main body of the craft. Most drones and the V-1 had engines offset, nearly doubling the cross section.
Reducing the cross section, drag, and weight become as important as engine performance.
Once the cross sectional area is reduced along with the wing size, the airfame starts looking like a m*ss*l*.
One nifty thing I noticed when reviewing m*ss*l*s, is the control surfaces can be offset considerable distance from the CG. Creating almost a leverage effect. In some units forward fins are mounted directly to servos.
Here in the states it is illegal to fly something like this when the thrust of the engine exceeds the craft weight for the majority of a flight (when electronically controlled). Pull the electronics, fly uncontrolled and it is perfectly legal.
I think Ben said it best:
"Those Who Trade Liberty for Security Get Neither"