Hey Guys, no need to get prematurely excited, but I agree with Dave. To point at a mistake during the time of euphoria of expectation is risky and I do admire that kind of person. And it is actually important for the manufacturer in order to realized that something is not right. Consequently, this can lead to resolving the problem right at the source, before the product will reach the customer. Fingers crossed.
( And yes, Trumpeter never, once again never got any 32nd scale Russian/ Soviet fighter right , never! That is fact, not bashing.
We all know that. Hopefully this time I won't be forced to toss another 100+ of precious Canadian currency to trash can as it happened in case of F4U1, F4U4, P-38 and T-bolt, why , because it hurts.)