Working fine A couple minor quirks. Have used MS Edge, but switched back to IE because Norton extensions will not yet work with Edge. My machine is a WIN 8.1 and I have yet to upgrade my 8.1 notebook or 7 Laptop. Just want to wait a few days and see if anything freaky happens.
Exactly. But I have heard some misnamed cowl induction. But I doubt Marcos would do. There was no second gen from the factory cowl induction of which I am aware. Some resin casters may have made one, but I can't recollect seeing any.
The insert other media insert image from URL no longer works, but I did insert the image with a copy from Photobucket and Paste in the editor. Your comment of this being a WYSIWYG editor made think this morning to try out a paste such as building a word document and it did work.
Here are a few engine details I've done. But, as stated, it depends on what you want to do and what interests. One friend of mine would only modify the body to what he wanted, then do the primer and that was it. It was some time before he went through a full finish of the model.
Same thing here on Photo loads from anywhere. Neither IE or Chorme and Win 7 or Win 8.1. Last time I linked a photo was on July 17. I even tried any photo from a Google Search and the insert just loops. This did not work on Java 8 Update 45 on my Win 7 or 8_51 on either Win7 or 8.1.
The amount of detail depends on how much time and effort you want to spend on that part of the model. I have always found it to be a very interesting, if not somewhat frustrating at times, part of the build. In doing my detailing, I try to be as accurate as I can and try to stay dimensionally true as well. It is alright to sometimes size exaggerate something for emphasis. Another thing to consider is technique. On a modern engine and engine bay, you can detail with judicious use of paint. In other cases, you may want to go the whole route with linkages, fuel lines, wiring, etc. One obvious thing to address on many kits is the "sky hook" alternator or generator. I have seen many wired kits and detailed engine bays where the alternator is hanging in space with no brackets.
Are you forgetting AMT's 65 GTO with a convertible interior but hardtop also provided? Nice thought but too many compromises or extra parts (including bodies in some cases) to likely be practical or that many of would willingly pay for. The nice thing about a convertible kit is that it really gives you a chance to detail out the interior.