I personally use a CA glue called Zap glue. Specifically Slo-Zap. Slo-Zap is about $6/oz.. Whereas glues such as Gorilla Superglue, cost $11/oz. Not only is it almost half the prize, in my opinion, Slo-Zap works much better. It does not dry too fast (dries in about 15-30 seconds depending on how much you use), and not too slow. It also works very well with filling in gaps, so if one cut of wood is not perfect, that's okay because the glue will fill the gap and still make a strong joint. I've been using Slo-Zap for almost two years now, and have had great success with it with my boomilevers and bridges.