These are all the parts printed, I just need to fettle, paint and glue together. I will upload another photo when complete Update: May 7th 2018 Quite a journey for a novice; to print all the parts took around 100hrs; assembly of the base and sides was straight forward. I found the roof quite challenging, couldn't get the roof panels to line up even using the jigs designed by jobsmolders. It was quite a chore trying glue all the roof support pieces in place; In the end managed to get it all together although discovered that I had missed out the section using the support2.stl's; all my fault trying to read instruction and getting covered in super glue at the same time. Finally got it painted; hats off to jobsmolders for an excellent design; difficult for a retired modeller who has had a 3D printer for a couple of months that last assembled an Air-fix kit in the 60’s.