I just want to take the information from "Internet Finds" to "Science Fiction" for those who missed it because they first or even exclusively look into this category: The German "sister" of cardmodels.net, www.kartonbau.de, has some great new models for the fans of Star Trek or SciFi in general. While searching the Internet for a possible download source of the Cardassian Galor Class which Diego Cortes has shown in early 2006 as a prototype, I didn't find Diego's model (I think he never finished it) but these great ships, a Galor and a Keldon conversion kit by Marko "D-WHALE" Haertel, as member downloads: Th scale is 1:1700, the same as Diego Cortes' Enterprise, Miranda and Saladin which can be found at the "Parts bin" here and Martin Saenger's Stargazer. The instructions are made of build photos with a few English annotations, but because of the high detailling or for getting an idea of building the ships you should have a look at the build process thread: http://www.kartonbau.de/wbb2/thread.php?threadid=7898 The additional pics can be very helpful for building. After that, Marko was designing a 1:1700 Klingon Vor'cha Cruiser. It's even more detailled than the Cardassian ships, with many small parts that have to be glued on the surface to make it more spatial. It can be build in three different versions, the "normal" one which is known from the episodes as well as an ECM and a fighter variant which I think are from the "Star Trek Armada" game: The build report can be found here: http://www.kartonbau.de/wbb2/thread.php?threadid=10155 Marko's next project could be the K-7 station from Classic "The Trouble with Tribbles" and DS9 "Trials and Tribble-ations" episodes. I saw the 3D model yesterday and I must say, it looks really promising!