No worries about the hijack me ol' cobbers. Gist gunner get on with the fair dinkum build . Onwards.... Attention remained with the cabs and the fitting of the interior detail. If you are building or intend building a Met Bo-Bo now is the time to consider the cab interiors or at least make provision to simplify future retro fitting once the remainder of the body has been completed and the false roof installed. So........ I decided to make the cab interior as a sub assembly for easy removal and installation - mainly for painting. Firstly the four cab body retaining bolts were shortened so they do not interfere with the false floors. Two false floors are provided in the kit and reference is made to these in the both the kit and cab interior kit instructions. These were also narrowed slightly in accordance with the instruction to fit easily within the cabs. This is the underside of the false cab floor and a 3 mm hole has been drilled for the brake stand spigot. The brass strip was soldered to the cab base as I did not have the correct height/width strip in my scrap etch pile for the edge soldered to the false floor. The edge needs to be the same height as the cab body mounting nuts. Cab details soldered to the false floor. Afterwards the spigot on the brake stand was filed flush with the underside of the base as is interferes with the footplate mounted body retaining nuts. The interior sub assembly was trial fitted Hey presto.... one cab interior. One thing I hadn't considered is how the cab fittings on the left interfere with the tower LEDs I was going to use. This caused a rethink and I'll now use surface mount LEDs on the inner end of the light with 2mm diameter clear acrylic rod as the lens. More on this will come later. I'll also summarise my amateurish approach at trying to simplify the build for myself as a 'hints and tips' towards the end which may or may not assist.