As for the review of the model itself, that was indeed accurate and comprehensive. Every aspect of the model's plans and parts is very accurately portrayed, and one will get an excellent glimpse into what to expect. I have the model, which has enough parts to be a bit off-putting. The pictures in the review are extensive and illuminate the detail worked into the many parts. I also have most of the other 1/700 models of the Bismarck, and the Flyhawk rendition is a cut above the rest, with the Revell model being a reasonably close second. The Flyhawk models' part counts are typically very high, yet some find this a blessing. I find it a curse, but understand the limitations of mass-produced plastic vs metal alloy and RP made models. To me, the ideal is not a 1/700 scale model with 700 parts. Give me one with about 50-100 and I'm happy. One day, we will get Flyhawk details on just such a small number of parts Oh, that will cut building times and make life much simpler. Well, simple is as simple does.