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Since all of my "involved" projects are on hold for one reason or another I started to get the urge to do a quick (at least by my standards) build. I'm not a huge WW1 fan but once in a while something jumps out at me. In this case I just realized that WNW had released a kit of the Hansa-Brandenburg W.12 float fighter / recon aircraft a few years back. Never really paid any attention to it at the time but I now realized it's a pretty cool subject and best of all, it only requires 6 bits of rigging! Works for me. Since most of the popular WNW kits seem to be selling out, figured I'd jump on this one quickly (Wingnut's Hansa-Brandenburg W.29 monoplane sold out within a year or so of it's release). Placed the order with Sprue Brothers, the kit arrived a week later. The kit is incredible. Finely molded details (you can see through the engine louvers), a large set of decals, PE for some small bits and best of all, the typical WNW instruction manual. The instructions in their kits are full color booklets that can double as a reference pictorial. If anyone is on the fence about purchasing a Wingnut's kit, go for it! You won't be sorry. If you want more details on this particular kit, go here: http://www.wingnutwings.com/ww/product?productid=3114 Anyway, that's it for right now. More info to follow.