Ever heard of 'Intech' kits? Me neither. But it was rather cheap and I'd been on the lookout for a Mi-2 for some time.
So how was it as a kit? Not too bad - and certainly better than the ghastly Auster. Getting the rotor blades at the correct angle is always tricky - I think they're close enough.
The main components went together reasonably well. I had the presence of mind to add an internal weight to the nose before sealing it all up! The glazing was installed as I went along - I'll be painting over it later.
The many struts for the main wheels didn't look up to the job so i decided to replace the many thin plastic parts with a single length of stiff wire. And no, I haven't glued the rotor blades to the bottom of the fuselage - though it may appear so from the photo!