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  1. The PE grid on the T-72M looked good and didn't require superglue because it was entrapped by frames of polystyrene that cemented to the edge of the engine bay, but an Airfix M4A3(76)W that I build recently had PE for the light guards that looked clumsy and unrealistic compared to the optional plastic parts on the sprue - so I didn't bother.
  2. I have just returned to modelling after a hiatus of 43 years - 1/32nd and 1/35th scale - mainly tanks, and mainly to war-game them; and I am still in a re-learning curve. The photo-etching was new to me, and I have tended to ignore them when there is a normal polystyrene part option, but I used the rear grill etching on the Tamiya T-72M kit to good effect.
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