Chris has graciously let me beta build his repaint. I'll be reporting on the build directly on this thread. So far I've printed the kit on Wasau 90lb (165 gsm) Exact Index paper on a Canon printer. I've doubled up the formers with card stock (three sheets total) rather than using cereal boxes to see if it is easier to cut. Unfortunately the thickness is only 0.57mm so I'll have to add another sheet. There is no directions in the kit for what the thickness should be, but 0.8mm should be satisfactory. This 1:33 kit contains a cockpit and other details not included in the 1:50 scale. I'll be starting the build from the cockpit. This should be fun. Though this model is built using the butt join method, there are some joining strips. A question for anyone who has built this kit - the fuselage joining strips for the cowling (between parts 1 & 2) and for the tail section (between parts 19 & 20) are lettered in red. While it doesn't appear necessary, should the strips be doubled?