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Old 01-22-2021, 06:54 AM   #51 (permalink)
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One of the best posts I have read on the DAC in some time! I admire and respect your personal thoughts and feelings with your post above. Well done! T7
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Old 01-22-2021, 11:37 AM   #52 (permalink)
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I know there are a lot of opinions about this, and mine certainly doesn't matter. But there are flaws I can live with and some I cannot. I do not expect them to be perfect, but if we do not offer feedback then why should manufacturers even bother to try to make them better? Did NG make others up their game due to their superior mold? I believe so., And I am one that can live with most things but will not buy a model that has the engines on the ground. I have been vocal about it, it makes the model look just wrong.....Pick what you will and won't accept and enjoy the hobby best you can....
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I know there are a lot of opinions about this, and mine certainly doesn't matter. But there are flaws I can live with and some I cannot. I do not expect them to be perfect, but if we do not offer feedback then why should manufacturers even bother to try to make them better? Did NG make others up their game due to their superior mold? I believe so., And I am one that can live with most things but will not buy a model that has the engines on the ground. I have been vocal about it, it makes the model look just wrong.....Pick what you will and won't accept and enjoy the hobby best you can....
You could always put the model on a stand, then the engines won't be on the ground.
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