Just saw this article on the BBC website: BBC NEWS | Business | Airfix - Britain's Next Top Model? If the more popluar p******* models are in trouble, what does that say for the paper modellers? Half of UK kids have a telly in *their room*? I wasn't allowed to watch more than a couple hours, let alone have a boob tube in my room. Maybe Airfix should bring out simple paper models to whet kids appetites. I know my daughter loves the Canon and Epson animals, and her brother, who is four, is also asking for a "craft" to do. Give kids some simple models to start with, keep them away from being sucking into the telly, and let 'em develop some useful skills to boot. Long live paper modelling . . . and it's lesser p***** allies!