Before you rush out and buy a kit take a good look at Tameo's on-line tutorial about building their kits. Many of the parts are so small that it's more like building a watch than a model, and the bodies sometimes require you to do the final production work - drilling holes, filing things down to the proper dimension, etc. Building a metal model is a much different process than building plastic and wooden ones. It requires specialized tools and paint, and painting a metal model is like painting a real car - it has to be sanded, metal-prepped, primed, and carefully sanded again before painting. Beautiful models but a lot of work; more for the person who enjoys the process of building than the end product. I was tempted to buy a kit when I first became aware of them a few years ago, but what put me off is that the end result is so small that you need a magnifying glass to really look at it.