I would not. I think I saved a lot of time by building each rib for its intended position, since there are several different types of ribs. (I incorporated the Iron Designs "K" block system) Then when they were all done there was virtually nothing remaining to build, (rib wise), and the wing went together quickly. For instance, the two inboard ribs on each wing have additional vertical pieces at the forward spar and are cut out to accept the wing attach fittings. They are easy to make in the jig, but difficult to modify once on the wing. Outboard ribs don't need certain diagonals because you will be putting a hinge block in that area between them, so why put them in and then have to remove them. (Been there, it's not easy!) Just look at the plans and figure out what needs to be done to make the rib you are presently building into what it should be and it will be less work later. You'll find that only a few ribs are "normal". Have fun! It's the most satisfying/ frustrating thing you'l do.