If you are into W.W.I aircraft the Roden Fokker D.VI will come as a bit of a curiosity. There have probably been more models of the DR.1 triplane made than there were tri-planes (320 total production). That can hold even more for the bi-plane descendant, the D.VI (60 built). Basically it is the Roden DR.1 fuselage with the new bi-plane wings. In the box it looks like a very attractive model can be made, admittedly of one of W.W.I's more esoteric types. It is a chance to stretch the molds and get a bit more return on investment from them but I don't know? I will have to compare this to the DR.1 kit to be sure but I think they have tried to use the DR.1 fuselage for the D.VI and my sometimes fickle memory says that the D.VI fuselage was longer. The decals cover a very colorful bird from Jasta 80b and an aircraft from home defense staffel Kesta 1A, and include the dreaded Lozenge camouflage. I will have to dig into some references to comment on the color accuracy of the lozenge but it looks good off hand. Is there a windsock Datafile on the Fokker D.VI??