I’ll have to grab some better pictures of this little guy because he was rather a fun and quick build. I had to mask lots to avoid the use of stickers, and I carefully hand painted some of the smaller details. The light blue sections didn’t come out as light as I’d have wanted and the dark blue wasn’t nearly as dark as needed to give quite the levels of contrast on the kit, but I’m not complaining as the overall effect is great. What was so nice though, is the parts on the runners have a minimal connection to the runner and hence leave negligible (if any) nubs, just like on the LBX and Pokepla kits my kids have built. Anyone know why Bandai cannot use this technology on their bigger kits?