This build has the "white-nosed" camo scheme that I most like on the Phantom-II, and this is another build where you got just an excellent finish out of those Testors spray cans. (Which I often knock - but I will certainly give credit where credit is due!) And I will have to try those paint pens, as well!
I must say I don't like Hasegawa's whopping huge seam, just behind the air intake "shoulders" - it's very noticeable (if not filled/worked significantly). And again, note your excellent paint job challenges the decal quality; the "USS FORRESTAL"s look perfectly clear, in between the letters, but the air-intake warning chevrons look significantly yellow, inside the bars. I once heard someone(s) mention a way to bleach out such yellowing, but I can't remember exactly how - or what it does to the other (intended) colors on the decal, as well. (I wonder what simply soaking in lemon juice - or vinegar - solution, when wetting them for application, would do...?)
Meantime, sounds like your local hobby shop is offering a much wider supply of Testors' swag. I've never heard of their "Glass Maker" - is it significantly different than other canopy (i.e., white-type) glues? Is their "clear cement" a liquid, or more of a goop/gel - and does it cure sandable? (That I could really use!)
Beautiful submission, buddy - the "Double Ugly" never looked so pretty as you made her!