In each box you get five sprues;
|Finished Sherman V.|
They also went together pretty fast, with minimal clipping and trimming. The Battlefront Sherman Vc I assembled at the same time required as much time for fewer pieces, but more trimming and filing of flash. Plus I had to trim down the locating lugs on the tracks so they would even fit properly which annoyed me greatly.
Size wise they compare well with my Old Glory and Battlefront models.
|PSC on left, Battlefront Sherman Vc on right|
|L to R: PSC, Old Glory, Battlefront Sherman Vc|
|L to R: PSC, OG and BF Sherman Vc|
|Sideview Sherman Vx. L to R: PSC, Old Glory and BF.|
|Front view Sherman Vx. L to R: PSC, Old Glory and BF|
|Sherman Vx. L to R: PSC, Old Glory and BF|
|PSC Sherman Vc and new BF Sherman Vc.|
|New troop ready for paint!|
My only quibbles are minor. One, is they could have maybe added some more stowage. A single jerry can and a single extra road wheel are it. A few packs or bundles would really help the models look more like they rolled off the battlefield. But I still have some metal stowage that I will attach with some epoxy cement before painting. My second quibble is the hole in the turret roof for the .50 cal. AA machine gun. I don't want every tank to have these (they were often removed), so the holes will need to be filled before painting.
Overall though, excellent value for the money and very nice kits to put together. I like them much better than the resin hulls.
You can buy them at my store too!