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Yes, only 10 grams. But I forgot to mention that I put this mini cam http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:461044 right in front of the wing. You can see it at 3:36 on the video. Without a cam I would need 20 grams.
The lipo was close to the motor, about 4mm distance. But the ESC was behind the motor because the cable is not long enough for putting it upon the lipo.
Unfortunately, the camera got lost during the second flight. Most likely when it started to flutter, just before the crash. It was only fixed with velcro tape. I miss much more the videos than the camera itself.
I for myself, prefer a front motor. That prevent you to get a haircut for free when launching ;-)
Have much fun on building your plane.