Incredible, just smashing. Those metal skins a work of art!
The A-26 is the only Second World War Bomber that I ever got any stick time in, and it holds a special place in my heart, even though the damned thing had a pucker factor of 9.99 on the 'ol sphincterometer, watching the end of the strip in Loon River rushing up, fat and heavy on a 30deg day, working the yoke like the oars in a racing shell, praying for lift, then sweating through the engine out dead zone untill I was sure she'd stay flying.
The -26's were a real mecca for some of the craziest hillbilly pilots and Engineers I ever worked with , too. Great guys,the best; even with the two fisted hell raising and sometimes heartbreaking casualty rate(for a civvie show) that went went with living and working that crew and the -26. Wouldn't have missed it for any thing, and I'd never do it again.
So a huge thank you to all involved. The model looks fantastic, and flys pretty much like the actual 'plane. Its just about as close to strapping an -26 to your butt as you can get in a simulation flight model wise, albeit with out the smoke, oil, drafts, sweat, bugs, deafened earholes, raw terror and old airplane smell.