You're just jealous that the little voices are talking to me
I got mine last week. From the UK to my house in Canada in 4 business days! Totally worth the express shipping. Normally forgeworld has been the better part of 5 weeks in times past...long enough that you forget that you even purchased anything from forgeworld...
Anyways, mine had a few flaws, not so much with the resin, it was actually the Storm Raven sprues. Thankfully, all the pieces that were messed up either weren't needed, or could be omitted from the final design (inside pieces). There were the usual warped resin pieces, but this is expected. Some of the pieces didn't line up properly and will require a little bit of green stuffing and some post assembly trimming, but such is life.
thats a fill problem on the plastic parts.
"As I've always said, Wes is wise." - Scryer in the Darkness
"Wes, if you keep this up you'll need to change your name to MajorWiseJanson." - Azzy
"Many boffins died to bring us this information." - Forgeworld Announcement E-mail
You should email those pics to GW (not FW), that's a major casting error and they like to know about those things.
Of all the threads in all the forums in all the world you had to post into this one.
At least you got your Vengeance pods!
I bought mine at the UK FW Open Day. They had run out, so ordered for delivery with free postage.
Arrived 3 weeks later with no missile pods.
Missile pods arrived a week later and were both Right Handed.
Now awaiting the correct pair to be delivered...
FW have outsourced their packing department to blind monkeys...very very annoyed.
Still I have managed to assemble mine with the same issues listed by Marshall.
The instructions are the usual photocopied rubbish and yes they do not mention where several (notably the triangular leading wing edges) parts go. Even if it is considered an "advanced modelling kit" i still expect instructions to actually relate to all the model pieces required and where they go!
Usual warpage typical of such large resin peices such as the giant side panels. But some hairdryer action, good glue, a big brass rod pin, and some vice clamps to hold it while it sets and its all retty straight.
Pics in my Heresy IF blog linked in my sig.