The problem with helicopters is you can't stop with just one. Doing the Airwolf gave me the incentive to start a project that has been at least a year on the back burner. At least a year ago I did a redraw of the Maly Modelarz Bz-4, and got as far as printing out a set of parts when distracted by a couple of ship projects. There have been a few minor little problems so far....the parts were printed out using an Epson 740, which has since had the drive gears give up the ghost and was replaced by an Epson photo 820. During the build so far, the house ate a couple of parts. When they were reprinted, there was a very obvious color difference....same files, printed with the same image processing program, but the new parts have a color shift into the green range. Printers do have a definite effect on color fidelity. (If any one is interested, the older 740 printer gave colors much closer to that of the image file than does the 820.) And, an initial dryfit of the fuselage skin gives warning of some fit problems (fortunately, too large rather than too small, so some judicious trimming may salvage the build without going back to the drawing board.) I hesitate to say the problem lies with the original design....any build made from an extensive redraw casts a big question on whether the problem lies in the original design or the scan/redraw/print process. Here are a few pics of progress to date.