I bought a radiocompartment to bring in extra detail. I know the interior here will be difficult to see, but as always – I know it is there.
It is from the Eduard BRASSIN range of superdetail kits. Being aware of the potential hazards resin-dust is said to have, care was taken not to produce dust, and so any parts needing trimming were either sanded in a waterbath, or trimmed with a sharp knife.
The level of detail is far beyond my abilities as of now, but they really bring something to the kit.
With everything trimmed, I decided to add some of the tubing and wires by copperwire, the photoetch wires being more square than round by nature.
The carpetmonster was hungry when it became time to install the fuselage framing, and Eduard was asked if I could buy a replacement photoetch frame, but no – they sent one free of charge! Well done!