Just had a quick look at both kits, comparing them to the scale plans in MMP and Avia Press books: Brengun's is slightly underscaled while Sabrekits' is spot on; B. has more part counts and give you the option of separate wing control surfaces, a small PE fret with small details and a glider towing hook but NO IP, a better two piece canopy, a better detailed engine, option for flame dampers exhaust , but has long sink marks along all the upper trailing edges and some undefined panel lines on the fuselage bottom; S. has a better surface details, tropical air filter, IP decals, underwing landing light (missing in B.), lesser part counts but option for open or closed cowling flaps and looks to be a simpler build... Both kit seems to have decent cockpit details, but have to build them to judge.
After more then a month still no sign of a replacement seat from Brengun ( forgot to tell you that the decals were slightly out of register too), nor a reply to my e-mails... I will send a last one.
As British says, the proof is in the pudding: better build them, then judge!
I think I will start the Sabrekits first, thought...
21. April, 23:11