Re: The need to sell a "kit"
The only bad side I foresee is that with the poor quality control in these factories as it is lots of these unassembled kits would probably arrive missing parts.
As a non-sequitur, I used to be into Radio Control cars that you had to assemble yourself nut and bolt and bought a few kits from Associated (American company) and Kyosho and Tamiya (both Japanese) and never had even one nut or washer missing. Good logistics and quality control.
McGyver could fix that with bubble gum.
Last edited by meowy84; 06-16-2010 at 11:45 AM.