I just received My copy from Hannants this morning, and without opening any of the plastic bags inside the bok it looks very very nice indeed, lots of clear parts for Maritime versions and the oval bomb aimers panel for the Mk VII, there are also seperate flame dampening exhaust covers so the posibility of the exhaust stacks being included in a future relece or by the after market firms is a good posibility to help modle late/post war Mk I/III's and also for the Mk VII. A nice touch is seperate peices to build either a faired or un faired rear fuselage just in front of the rear turret, the fairing around the mid upper turret is seperate as well and the turret its self is nicly done with the seperation of the various perts done very nicly and differently to any other that I have seen of this aircraft. Detil for the engine radiator louvers and a full well detailed bomb bay is also welcome as well as the HS2 aerial rather than just an empty space as usualy portraied by previeous kittings of this aircraft. There are lots of options in the kit, bulged glass panels for poilet and engineer or flat, diferent stiles of astro dome above the navigators position and a choise of early or late bomb aimers nose glass. I look forward to starting work on this kit, just going to be a while working out exactly what options I am going to use. At Thirty Brittish pounds (bar the shouting) is it worth it, at first glance I would say a resounding YES, now what to do with all the Airfix Lancasters I have?