Chiily b1 nicely done. Any company out there that produces better P E kits and acc.?
What you find suitable will depend on what kinds of subjects you build. I build primarily European stock vehicles of the 1950s and 1960s, and sports and racing cars of both European and Japanese origin across the decades since the 1950s. If you build American subjects, you can't do better than Model Car Garage for specific pe sets. They have beautiful etch quality and are comprehensive; moreover, they are really easy to work with. For the kind of things I build, I find that KA Models and Hobby Design make excellent sets. For example, I bought two of Tamiya's Kenwood Porsche 956 kits and pe sets from Tamiya for one and Hobby Design for the other. The Tamiya set is adequate but more expensive and very limited in what it includes. The Hobby Design set is much cheaper (about $13 compared to Tamiya's $20) and includes an astonishing array of parts for the interior, exterior, and engine bay. It also has thinner metal, which is much easier to work with.
Who makes the best PE wipers?
It is hard to say who makes the best wipers and some of the answer, like the above, depends on the type of cars you build. The MCG wipers I've already stated are superb: widely available, inexpensive, and easy to work with. The Crazy Modeler sets are good especially the set A, which allows for a very wide variety of wiper arm base, wiper arm, and wiper blade to suit almost any application. The general use set is good for modern cars. The KA Models set is not recommended. I don't like the thickness of the metal and they don't look as realistic after folding and painting. I highly recommend both Hobby Design and GoodSmile Racing sets. There are several from Hobby Design that also allow for a wide variety of applications. And the GoodSmile Racing set is outstanding for vintage cars.