Well, I mentioned it before and although I doubt it, there might be someone who has wondered what the progress on the kit has been. So, I guess I will update the progress. No building has started yet, as I am still in the process of cutting out the parts. Its a slow process for me, as I do a little here and a little there. But I now have only three pages of parts to cut out, including the page with the most parts, the smallest parts, the parts I am dreading the most 8v) Also, once I finish cutting out the parts for the build, I will do the laminating parts. And here, I have a question for the for the community. And that question is: I know laminating in normal 1:50 scale would require cardstock in the neighborhood of .5 to .8 mm. Building in 1:100 would thereby require .25 to .4 mm stock for part. I did a test on a part with some .3 stock I have and it appears to be a bit too thick. Does the requirement for laminating parts decrease proportionally to the decrease in scale, or would there be some sort of logrithmic scale to follow? I am mostly curious about this, as I have more or less decided I would use a 110 lbs stock for backing and thin it out as required. But it did bring up that question in my mind and I can't come to terms with a solid answer.