Chiming in with Michael and looking into 48-scale options basically it boils down to either the Tamiya F-14A or D or the new AMK F-14D. Both have their merits but are equally detailed and precisely molded. Both are very well fitting kits in their own right. Here is what might help you decide:
In flight swept back: Tamiya has plain wings without any dangling bits. This is often frowned upon but to be honest a Tomcat would only deploy full slats and flaps right before launching and coming in for landing. In flight and being parked the wings would be butted up anyway.
Having everything dangling out: AMK would be your kit of choice. The kit comes with three wing positions and with wings that can be fully opened up including the spoilers. One gripe with this kit is that our 'experts' think the aft fuselage is off as it curves in too close to the stabs. I could not see that and think it's maybe due to picture angles or such. Up to you to decide if it bothers you.
When it comes to load outs and versions, I would choose the Tamiya F-14D over the Tamiya F-14A as the -A is laid out to be a very early bird. Backdating the -D to a mid/late -A or a -B is easier that the other way around. For an -A you basically need to adjust covers over the engine nacelles where there's a difference between the P&W engine vs. the kit's GE setup. Both the Tamiya -D and AMK kits come with an abundance of weapons and launchers.
For my VF-21 F-14A+ project, I chose the Tamiya F-14D but will try to fit the AMK wings to depict only the spoilers deployed. Something for later though.....
4. February, 18:16