I have a question for you folks who've done resin casting. I'd like a moderate number (say six to twelve) of each of a couple types of passenger coaches to haul my LPB commuters to and from work. I found a couple prototypes in Carston's book on passenger cars. There're no commercial models available, and kit-bashing doesn't seem the way to go (seems it would be harder to bash than to scratch-build). Besides, I enjoy scratch-building. So, to get my fleet I believe I have two options, I can build all the cars from styrene (and maybe by the time I'm done I'll get it right!), or I can build one as a master, make molds, and cast them in resin (as in the series in RMC). In terms of ease, time, and cost (especially cost) would casting offer serious advantages over building each one from scratch? I'd certainly buy the trucks, and probably a lot of the detail parts too no matter which way I went. Thanks!