The kit will definitely be a challenge too as the panels need to be beveled to look right (as per instructions) and the clear flat side panels have no locator marks what so ever on them for the placement of the other panels when attaching them.
I was wondering if anyone else has dealt with the company to find out if the instructions shown below are the norm for the company?
Also, if you want a frame for the kit you need to buy the stock and create it using a template provided in the instructions.
They did provide several resin detail parts for it, but every one of them have a heavy casting flange that will need to be delt with before starting the normal prep work for painting & installation.
Overall it's not a bad kit, but it is definitely not for the lower skill levels or someone who is easily flustered while building. Honestly, my only complaint is in the vagueness of the instructions.