Surface detail is comprised of finely recessed panel lines and the cockpit is well appointed with resin seatbelt and photo etch details. (The seats do not have straps and the PE parts are more appropriate for a T.5).
Fit of parts are is, but will require a bit more work than the likes of the Airfix F.2A and F.6. The tail and wing on this build were areas that required a bit of filler. Test fitting and adjustment of parts took care of everything else. The key weakness of this kit is the cable ducts along the side of the fuselage. The fuselage parts are the same as the T.5 and they have long cable ducts that need to be removed. Not a difficult job in itself, but it does require quite a bit of remedial sanding and filling of the aircraft is going to have a natural metal finish.
The kit has to be highly recommended, the alternative for a two seat Lightning are not exactly abundant in supply. It does require a modicum of modelling skill to produce a result from this kit.
Decals are printed by Eduard and provide markings for two aircraft, 56 Squadron with the red tail and 92 Squadron of RAF Germany.