As I mentioned sanding, I also forgot the following points (I did not have time to work on the kit for ages):
- the guns need a lot of sanding to be correctly positioned and the wing holes are too small to get them!
- it is impossible to put correctly the wing ailerons without... heavy sanding!
- the clear wing end tab need... guess what? sanding the rear of the tab to position the part correctly.
Moreover, the gear leg key is simply useless to position correctly each leg. So, use templates! And if the wheels are a little bit better than the Mk II ones, they are still awful. Use Brassin or Barracuda ones.
Do not misunderstand me: I think that after the Tamiya kits, the Revell kits are really great options: cheap, nice scribing even if too heavy here and there, many options, detailed cockpit, generally correct shapes, acceptable wheel wells that just ask for a little bit of additional detail, possibility to cross kit parts from early and late marks, etc.
However, if you want a quick build, look elsewhere! The kit needs patience and a heavy use of sanding paper, blocks and files...