OK I'm back guys! Just returned from my mountains vacation! Just like past year I took with me my "cardmodeler's travel kit" (do you remember it?) and, as we had some very rainy days (big thunderstorms, better not go outside!) I had once more the chance to do some "work" ... for my wife's joy! @nero_on_fire : WOW very nice link you gave me! I've seen before similar 360° photos but never one so much "zoomable"!!! You can actually dive into the switches! Very useful! Tanks a lot. I'll go there very often I think... It would be nice to save the image in some way. Anyone knows if this is possible? Well, back to the "mountain build"... The front wall was divided (like other big pieces) in sub-components with "special" tabs realized to join them. This wall, as you'll see after, is a little too weak in this scale. Perhaps would be better to double it. The upper console was divided in 3 slices in the same way. The 6 pieces are joined in one. The fitting is very good so far. The dashboard is the most interesting spot (I LOVE dashboards... like many Flight Simulation enthusiast!) The two "TAB?" writings were soon disproved... there's no contact with the upper console there (as I thought). After joining the parts I noticed that the HUD boxes are a little too big: they push back the dashboard. Another point to enhance is the lower side of the console, I'll have to detail it adding the underside and the lights. Here you see why the tabs in that spot would have been useless... In the front lower part is an opening that I will have to close somehow. And the same on the other side.