The latest release contains two identical sprues of 53 parts each and the decals that go with them. You can build AB70, AB-250, AB500, the ER-4 Bomb rack, 50 bomb rack, PC1400, PD500, SC50, SC250 with Dinort fusing, SC500, SD250, SC1000, SD1700, Pfeife Geraete, 300 and 900 liter Fuel Tanks and WB81 gun pods from the kit. That is a lot of ordnance. There are multiple aircraft that can be armed with this set. Included in the instructions are the load out plans for various aircraft such as the Ju-88, He-111, Ju-87, Hs-129, FW-190, and Me-262. As an example, you can use the bombs and gun pod on Italeri Stuka.
The light grey sprues have no excess flash and adequate attachment points so you don’t lose any detail. The sprues contain all you need to do all of the bombs, racks, fuel tanks and gun pods. Besides the sprues, you get a set of decals for the bomb markings.
Assembly is very easy and the fit is good throughout. There are some things I would have preferred to use styrene or rod in some places, such as tail supports, but the kit parts are nice enough. The hardest part of assembly was to ensure that the tail pieces were 90 degree angles. Just a little glue and check the seams with Mr. Surfacer and I was ready for paint. I had to replace my Dinort fuses with tubing and a plastic disk because I was ham handed and broke it off while trying to clean it up, twice. That was my fault and not a function of the kit. You just have to be careful.
The SD (anti-personnel) series of bombs has been difficult to find, especially the smaller ones. This set provides two each of three different types of SD bombs. I can’t remember the gun pod ever being available before. The same can be said for a number of the bombs.