Thanks M. I'll make sure that the updates get put in. Thank you for your sharp eye....The booklet would be even better with spelling and grammar errors corrected, and improved character kerning, word spacing, text justification, and line wrapping.
Majority of the assembly is done with screws and bolts like the 90" 1/200 scale studio miniature.So, now that I have purchased this kit (no regrets), I wonder what I will do with all the extra parts for the other versions, lol. For me, I will be building the original NX version. I guess I could not glue down the bridge, rear observation/docking dome and impulse deck to make it the NCC version, BUT man, removing the NX decal registries and the paint touch ups would be crazy. You can forget about the Ent B. Never cared for this abomination! (should have just been a stock Excelsior class)
Of course that is exactly what ILM did over the years with the studio model, so at least I would be following a long standing tradition in special effects, lol.
Cool thx.Majority of the assembly is done with screws and bolts like the 90" 1/200 scale studio miniature.
I will say, that I decide to purchase 2 of the upgrades, the alum internal frame and the alum stacked dorsal. After seeing pics of the stock kit provided dorsal and the upgraded alum one, no contest. All things considered, this beast will be the 2nd most expensive model I have ever purchased, right behind DeAgostini's Falcon, lol.