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the more and finer details I get from a kit (and this in most cases is only possible with a multitude of tiny parts), the more fun I have ! If a sub assembly consists of many small parts rather than a few larger ones (even if these are decently detailed), you have much more options to display a kit : open or closed hatch, towing or firing mode, partially disassembled (workshop scene) etc. etc. ...
Al's showing of the new Orange Hobby kit is a textbook example : so far I had bought quite a few AT gun kits, but after after having a closer look at the kit, and comparing it to the references, I've put back the parts in the box as they didn't satisfy me, and most of these kits were sold again. Now looking at the instructions of the OH kit, it rather turns me on than off !
I'm glad the manufacturers go this route !