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  1. As someone who also suffers from ill heath, I am dismayed by your lack of empathy and understanding. I think it’s pretty disgusting, to be honest. If we are to be allowed just one school of thought on Britmodeller, I think it’s time for me to bow out. Please cancel my account. I’m done.
  2. And conversely, we don’t necessarily need an “Arma kits aren’t too expensive” post on every page either. The difference is, no one is telling you not to. Anyway, I’m *really* bored of this now. Have fun, y’all.
  3. How on earth did I miss this? I grew up relatively close to Alconbury and used to see the F-5s, RF-4s and A-10s frequently. I always get a lovely, warm and fuzzy hit of nostalgia every time I see an Alconbury bird, so these photos are most welcome. Cheers, Mark.
  4. Fair enough. I’m getting fed up of people complaining about others finding the price too high. I bet I’m not the only one, either. Doesn’t make me any more right than you though, and honestly, I’d rather have kept it to myself. My point being that it’s ok to have differing opinions and shutting others down just because you don’t agree or have heard it more times than you’d like doesn’t make for healthy discourse. As we know that Arma does read these threads, it’s a valid way of letting them know why we will be buying or not. And if there’s enough people balking at the price, maybe that’s something for Arma to think about.
  5. Because I have to use eBay as my primary source of kits, decals, etc, I have got used to things either not being as described or damaged in transit. It’s still a relatively low percentage, but it still happens more frequently than I’d like. Anyway, if there’s one thing I have learnt, it’s not to trust the seller’s good nature. Always go via eBay’s “return an item” feature on the original listing page, supply photos to back up your claim and eBay should send you a returns postage label to print. It won’t cost you a penny. eBay can track the item back to the seller and you’ll be refunded once it arrives. Never close a claim before the seller has sorted the problem to your satisfaction. A lot of dodgy sellers will try on the “we will refund you once you have closed the case” ploy. Once you do, eBay will not help and you’re out of pocket. I’ve heard one too many tales of that happening. That was an alleged MO of a recently defunct online model shop with an eBay presence. Cheers, Mark.
  6. Go through eBay’s “item not as described” dispute feature rather than just messaging the seller. Every time I have done that, eBay has given me a return postage label to print. They’ll always refund your money if you can supply a photo proving your complaint is valid. It can take a week or so to go through,but I’ve never been left out of pocket.
  7. A Hi-Line decal sheet for MiG-23BNs and MiG-27s off eBay for cheaps. 1/72, natch.
  8. Having learnt that there is an East Anglian connection to the aircraft, I’m now going to have to get one. Yay for learning stuff!
  9. Ten out of ten for originality, but not for me.
  10. A couple of Airfix 1/72 kits which have no decals, boxes or pilots, but otherwise ok, both for around a fiver, posted. They’re a Spitfire Mk I (of which I could never have too many) and a Gnat, which I’ll do as the RAE Bedford example. I used to see that frequently as a kid.
  11. Congratulations! And an excellent choice of name, as it was my mum’s name too.
  12. I’ve just bought an Aeroclub Anson C.19, so there’s every chance!
  13. There’s no obligation to share your results with others. Does that preclude them from sharing their knowledge of a subject? I’d hope not.
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