The only thing I don't like about the model itself, is I think I got the colour wrong. Tamiya don't make a British Bronze Green in their Acrylics range, so I had to use guesswork and mix XF5 Green with XF62 Olive Drab. I tried to match it with the few colour photos I could find of the Cromwell, but I'm still not sure I got it quite right. Apart from that, it was a joy to build. I know I keep saying it, but I can't stress enough how easy Tamiya's models are to build.
"Warts and All", Tamiya's Cromwell Model.
On the plus side, this was one of the few times I managed to get a nice heat-stretched-sprue aerial at the first time of trying. The only thing this photo doesn't show is the internal Christie Suspension that Tamiya included; another example of Tamiya's attention to detail, in that although you can't see it on the finished model, they still put it in!