Just arrived from a French Ebay seller. It looked pretty bad while still in the blister packaging; both wings were completely off and rattling around, one of the rear ventral strakes was off, the refueling probe was broken in half, one missile was glued at an angle so that it splayed outboard, and the ejection seat was leaning out of plumb several degrees. Yet, with about an hour of gluing and tweaking, and inserting an HM pilot figure; it has transformed into one of the coolest jets I own. I really like the camo scheme and the over the wing ferry tanks. I've not researched the accuracy of the paint, but it looks very good. Also, I mounted the plane on the stand, in flight, with gear up. But the landing gear parts look pretty good from what I can tell. I don't have a Corgi Lightning yet, but I'm very happy with this version. Apparently Corgi was going to release this version with camo and over-wing ferry tanks, but canceled it. That's a shame, because I'm sure Corgi would have done it proud. I'll try and post a few pics when I get back from a business trip this weekend. I can't wait to display this next to some other jets. It really looks bad-ass. It's a little smaller than i realized, looks very stout and muscular; all business. A small jet compared to American Century Series and later fighters; but not rapier-like as Mirage, F-5, Mig-21, or F-104. Looks more like a broad sword or broad axe. Yet it must be pretty slick, as it can super cruise above Mach without afterburners.