I’ll start by saying that is is the first kit among the 50 some-odd I’ve built that was actually missing parts. Fortunately, the pieces missing were just a couple rubber strips inside the tires that weren’t structurally critical. Aside from that tiny mishap, the build was pleasant and reasonably satisfying. The Guncannon is on the older end of the MG spectrum, so it’s lacking in some detail and articulation, but it does embody many of the modern standards of a Master Grade kit. The torso isn’t as dense or complex as modern kits, but the legs, head, and shoulders make up for what complexity other spots lack. The legs in particular are dense and well planned, built in a few phases to allow for the grenade hatch on either leg. The head, particularly the face, has beautiful details behind the visor, and the helmet is made of only a few pieces that fit together precisely. The only drawbacks I noticed in this kit were the antennas that don’t fit snugly on the rear of the head and the hands that have to be swapped out for a certain pose, though I understand the hands are likely this way due to the difference in technique and technology. Overall, a good, satisfying build. A proud recreation of its original form. Worthy of the money and the title of Master Grade.