Okay, i payed WAAAAY to much for this. But I just had to have it. The kit is long out of print and rather hard to find. Printed on glossy paper, about 160gsm in an A4 format. Parts are printed in grey on the back, which is good as alot of it shows on the finished model. Overall the kit a very accurate to the real prop, with the limitations of the medium, but some areas are perhaps a bit too simplified, the hand and feet being the most obvious. So far, I've nearly completed the chest section and have found the fit to be very precice, but quite fidly in places. Not too difficult, but not for a beginer. The Silver printed paper is a bit of a two edged sword. On the one hand it marks easily and is probably not really shiney enough to represent the chrome of the original, while on the other hand it IS much better than plain grey, and any stray glue just wipes off with a damp cloth. I'm building the original kit, but I have scanned the book and will attempt doubling the size at a later date (the kit is half scale..3ft tall...), perhaps building with a foil card for that extra shiney look. This build will also serve as a trouble shooter for the bigger version. I'm finding Games workshop Mithril Silver good for touch-ups.