Readers will not be surprised to learn that with the beading soldered in place on the tanks that another discrepancy came to light with the etches. With the beading in position on the driver's side it turned out to be 1mm higher at the cab than that on the bunker!!!!! Out came the measuring stick, the main tanks including beading were identical, well almost. However the driver's side bunker was 1mm shorter by the door than on the other side. By judicious use of the gas gun the beading on the bunker has been eased up to match that on the tank, phew. Considerable marking out has been required for various pipes and operating rods on the boiler. None of these items are included as the kit is sold only as the LBSCR air braked version. When these locos were fitted with vacuum brake equipment a steam takeoff just behind the dome on the fireman's side was installed together with pipework and an operating rod. I used a spare GWR bottle valve for this purpose drilled through at 90° to the steam supply to represent this fitting. On the driver's side the ejector pipe has been created and installed. With these fittings completed the chimney, dome, tank fillers, safety valves and whistle have been put in place. and It is important to refer to photographs for the position of the whistle. Originally the whistle was on the cab roof but in SR days it was put onto the boiler. A few engines were fitted in later life with a boiler from a redundant I2 4-4-2t and had the whistle relocated just in front of the cab. 32105 along with the majority of its sisters had the whistle on the safety valve casing. Work on detailing the cab is frustrating but considerable research is on-going to build a decent representation. Fortunately in the Bradford Barton book "Southern Steam in Works" there is a photograph of 32101 in Brighton Works without its bunker or rear bufferbeam showing the cab quite clearly. Unfortunately it shows how woeful the etches and non-existent fittings are. I have had to extend the cab floor and put false backs onto the parts of the tanks that are in the cab. I still have fresh air in locations I'm sure should be filled with something and currently I’m frantically scouring books to find a solution.