Welcome to the world of Revell of Germany!!
Half the fun is the tension you feel every time you think a part is lost. And then the elation you feel when it isn't!
I'll highly recommend the Eduard and HPH resin cockpit set for this kit if you're as anal as I am. there's a fair bit left out of the kit. Nothing big, just little things that busy it up. Also some good resin wheels help, you'll definitely want to get aftermarket guns, (The kit parts are almost 48 scale), and some aftermarket decals as well. The kit decals are a bit "off".
Assuming any of that matters to you, that is. It's an awesome kit, one that I'm about half done, but have slowed on as I learn the secrets of simulating oil canning in the metal.
Oh, and if you're REALLY a rivet counter or just like these things, some good resin props and spinners from Henri Daehne really help on this one. The kit parts are not quite right, and Henri's parts are darn near 100% correct. He sells a hit for the 111H that includes the nacelle fronts, spinners, props, and governors.
I'm looking forward to this. It's gonna be epic!!!!
Was mich nicht umbringt macht mich stärker
In progress: T-28C, T-28D from a C, MuG-23MF, Felixstowe F2a early, PBJ-1H, PZL P-11C
Completed: RCAF F-51D Mustang, ZM A-1H Skyraider, Tamiya A6M2, Felixstowe F2a early, Junkers J.l, Gotha G.lV, Pfalz D.Xll, Albatros D.V, Bf-109F4, Ta-152H-1