I have only just started reading your magazine, and it is now my "must buy" bit of reading for each month, far better than my previous first choice. My query is this: I haven't seen any of the Hornby Railroad items being reviewd in your magazine yet (it may be that they have, but not in issues I've seen). I have just bought their Flying Scotsman following your great article in the June issue (which justifies having one at almost any time from 1924 to the present day!). I was expecting a fairly robust but basic model with a crude chassis (perhaps like the original Triang model or the ealier Margate built tender-drive version). What I've got is in fact a superb model, a smooth runner, with the very latest high quality chassis, pick-up from driving wheels and tender etc. The body looks good too, with separate handrails on boiler and tender. I think plenty of your more experienced readers would appreciate it. It's certainly not the child's toy that I thought a "Railroad" model would be. Can I suggest that you review the Mallard and Evening Star models that Hornby are due to release in the Railroad range this year?