|Each aircraft is comprised of a resin fuselage, upper and lower wings, rear elevator wings, engine cowling and propeller boss. The details are well done with some
recessed panels on the fuselage and good fabric and ribbing representation on the wings and control surfaces. The engine also has adequate detail for this scale. The
windshield and canopies are done in clear resin and you have the option for either an open or closed canopy. The clear resin is more translucent than crystal clear but it
will do the job. However, the cockpit and gunner’s position is hollowed out in the fuselage and basically empty so if you choose an open canopy this will be more
apparent. Perhaps having some seats or something to fill this area in maybe too much to ask in this scale but if have an option for an open canopy some optional parts
in photo-etch or resin would have been nice to have. What is a welcome feature is a jig to hold and properly space the upper wing so that you can add the photo-etch
struts. Another small part provided is an aircraft cradle which is 3D printed.
The photo-etch provides the struts for the wings and floats and the propellers. The brass is well done and cleanly etched. The decal sheet provides accurate markings
for the three Seagulls that were assigned to Arizona and Pennsylvania. The decals appear to be well done with good color registration and detail. The assembly
instructions come printed in color on a single double-sided sheet of paper. The first page has basic specifications for the Seagull, a numbered key for the resin parts and
the first set of assembly diagrams. The flipside of the page has the rest of the assembly illustrations and detailed painting and decal placement guide with generic color
references, meaning they are not specific to a paint brand or line. The instructions are logically laid out and clear.