Hi Everyone I've jut stumbled on these forums and have found them a wealth of knowledge I haven't touched a model for something like 30 years but have started building again, looking to decorate my son's bedroom ceiling as mine once was. Anyway, I am after a little guidance. I am in the middle of building an Airfix 1/72 PBY-5A Catalina. I've come across a problem with the side windows in the fuselage. The windows have a lip on them which looks to be meant to sit against the inside of the fuselage with the window itself raised above that and intended to slot in to the window frame. However, the fit is very poor and the window does will sit flush with the fuselage if I were to install it that way. Instead it sits recessed from the outer fuselage skin and looks quite bad. almost like it i falling back in to the cabin. I am after some advice on dealing with this. Should I just trim all the lip on the window away and have the window sit inside the frame, glueing it in to position without the support the lip is meant to provide? Or is there another to make this look better. Many thanks in advance for your help.