I recently finished this 1/72 Maquette kit of the Bereznyak-Isayev BI-1, one of the trio of point-defense rocket interceptors developed in the USSR in World War II (projects from which many of the pioneers of Soviet space flight emerged - thats the tenuous relevance to the forum!). Of the three, the BI-1 was tiny. In this scale, it's only 85mm long, and took a lot of tweezers and toothpicks. The kit is unusually detailed (there is a control stick, rudder pedals, and dials on the control panel), and takes some chopping to get to each of the three prototype variants detailed in the instructions. For comparison, the second picture shows much earlier builds of the MiG I-270 (silver) and the I-302P, to the same scale. Maybe they need an Me-163 for comparison.I learned about the three Soviet projects only while doing background reading for an article on the uneven history of spaceplanes, Twists and turns everywhere.