I was looking @ http://www.airliners.net/open.file/1137263/M/
And I noticed a few things.
The most obvious being the jack stands at the outer ends of the wings. This one is a duh (metal fatigue).
More obscure (to me) is why the flaps down position is better for long term storage (guessing Hydaulic power holds them up).
And Un-imagineable to me are the inboard aileron positions. It seems like they are articulated in opposing manner much the way I would expect if such a deflection were to occur in flight, but the question comes down to this: is there a mechanical linkage that even while powered off (as obviously is the case) that keeps the ailerons opposite? Why does it have such a system? Wouldn't it be easier (less weight/money) to have hydraulic controls set opposite? Or would that just make it a FRED?