This must be driving Quickboost crazy. When Revell released their Hunter F6, it was obvious that the moulds had been produced with the facility for producing both early and late versions. Oddly enough Revell seemed to be in no hurry to release an FGA9 version, which would have been the obvious choice.
Eventually Quickboost stepped into the breach and supplied us with a very nice resin rear fuselage for the FGA9 that is a simple drop-in replacement for the rear fuselage of the Revell kit.
A couple of months later, what happens? Revell release their FGA9 kit, making the Quickboost conversion redundant, that's what!
How much of an investment is it to produce a resin conversion kit like that? Is it a major blow to the manufacturer if such a kit is made redundant by kit releases?
And while we're on the subject, does anyone know what markings options are in the new Revell kit?