That scratch in the lexan is all part of it, as is any trailer rash. Just the price you pay for getting airborne! Still a pisser, been there/done that.
I moved 12 years ago in the middle of my last build (of my current RANS S-7S), for the first time in 28 years, onto 40 acres of raw ground. I packed up the half built plane, and hung it from a neighbors barn ceiling with all the misc. stuffed inside. Then I quickly built my hangar/shop combo, and lived in the hangar while finishing the plane upstairs in the shop. THEN I built the house, after I again had a flying aircraft. While building the house, I lived with the airplane, in the hangar, real cozy! 2 years after I moved I had a new home, shop, hangar, and airplane. Plus I was working almost fulltime on my day job craning. It was a very busy two years! When some people find I have my own plane and airstrip, they think I'm a rich guy, far from it, I sacrificed a lot of other crap to get what I have plus a hell of alot of work, so I COULD have my plane. Aviation has motivated me for a lot of years to work harder and smarter, to pay for aviating, but after many decades of doing so, I have realized flying has MORE then paid for itself. Just yesterday I flew over a big commercial building site and took some pictures for the gen contr. as he used me for the crane work, guess what crane service he'll use next time? I can't afford to quite flying now, it pays me back in many ways. Not exactly pertinent to your project, but my point is, keep at it, if building your own plane (of any kind) was easy, everyone would be doing it, few do, you will be in a very exclusive club! And not because you're rich!.