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  1. Hey Folks, This is my first completion of 2015. I started this kit in October of last year. I found this one a bit of a mixed bag. The overall fit is quite good, although the fit of the clear parts (especially the nose glazing) left a bit to be desired. The actual quality of the clear bits is less than stellar, but a dip in Future makes them passable. Finally, the decals were nothing short of awful. Quite honestly, I am amazed that there was no silvering, especially on the national insignia. I suspect that the "final assault" with "Mr. Mark Softer" is what turned the tide, finally making the decals a bit "melty" and allowing them to adhere and snuggle down. Micro-Sol had little, if any, effect on them. The only markings that defeated me were the spinner spirals. No amount of effort or solvent would get them in place. I would suggest one of the after-market decal sets if you are going to do one of these. Some of the attachment points on the smaller parts are a bit fiddly, but in 1/72 that is to be expected. The "Fritz X" missiles are quite nice, being little kits unto themselves. I made a tremendous capitol investment ($0.50!) in some white poster board, but am still using my somewhat awful phone camera to take pics. Let me know what you think!
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