It's been a while since I had one of these on the bench. I have a "finish it for me" commission to try and get four Easy-Build Mk1 coaches actually finished. This BSK is the first one I've looked at properly. The client had assembled the underframes nicely, but after the ends were stuck in place they had developed something of an inward twist. I had planned various solutions to this, but in the end decided to try and force the issue - literally! - by gluing the sides in place. Amazingly, it worked. I didn't knock too many details off while I did it, either. I think I'll attempt the other bodies (another BSK and a CK), so at least those three will be more or less at the same stages before I contemplate interiors and roof fixings. The other kit is a BG, and has a completed body, but still needs to be finished. Solvent abuse makes a change from brass wrangling, don't you think?