Michael - the Camel is looking good, that's a serious amount of detail going on.
Bob - bravo for making your own turnbuckles. I have contemplated it but never quite had the nerve. if I were to do it I would give serious consideration to Bob's Buckles. He produces ready made items which look pretty good (and convenient:) ).
The level of detail required of 1/32 is one factor that has kept me in 1/48 tbh.
So... its been rigging time on the CII. This is my way of doing it based on several trawls of the internet over time. It works for me in most cases, although wing-to-wing lines need a different approach if the wings themselves are not 'split'.
To start, I glue the fuselage ends of wires before closing the fuselage. I generally use 0.1mm fishing line which I colour with a sharpie.
Strut location holes are drilled through the lower wing and the lines threaded through, tensioned and glued.
The strut is then fixed to secure the lines, the joint run with superglue, filled, painted in, etc.
The upper wing is attached at the fuselage only and upper lines threaded around fixing stubs. these are then tensioned, superglued etc
When completely dry, all is carefully trimmed to length.