The Aires full set pictured above, will have issues. After all, you're butchering chunks off of the base kit and replacing with big chunks of resin.
Aires' 190D and similar 109G sets can be made to look fantastic - do a google search or even search LSP's archives.
I agree with those who say the MDC 'pits are good. Vincent is a master at making masters and he pays a lot of attention to the details. They fit as the original parts. MDC also do a DB 605, just the engine, I recall Vincent was mastering a whole engine bay (which would have been something to behold) but it never reached fruition .
Eduard's resin for the Revell G-6 is nice, though Revell's pit is pretty good and I would just scratch the missing elements.
Eagle Parts' parts are very nice... pretty pricey unless you find them at a show or eBay. Their props, cowl corrections intakes etc for the Hasegawa 190 and 109 are very useful.
My recommendation if you don't want hassle, but want a good looking 'pit at a reasonable price is to go MDC.