@Winterstorm345 I'm gonna be blunt about this.
Investing nearly $200 in a kit designed for people who have been building these for a long time, and thinking that you'll use it as your first, is just stupid.
There are some fantastic High Grades out there. It's much less complicated and far more suitable for a beginner, which is what you'd be. They're also significantly cheaper, and smaller. But if you just want something big, Perfect Grades are still not the way to go.
Having no idea what you're doing on one of the most expensive and complicated kits out there is just a challenge.
TL;DR, Just buy the kit Jor posted. It's a great one.