Hey All! So here's the deal. I half-heartedly put on my birthday list for this year that I wanted a Dremel, for kitbashing and stuff. I really just put it there as like a dream item, a "I know I'm not going to get this but I'm going to put it down anyway" thing cause I know I am no where near as talented at kitbashing as a lot of you guys are and I don't really have a great need for one. I just thought it would be cool to have one in case I did need one. So when I was opening my gifts I was really surprised to see a brand new Dremel among them. Now I've got this sweet new toy to play with and nothing to use it on. Any of the essential minor mods I could have done with this I managed to do already with this other really crappy, low power rotary tool we had in our garage and a little extra work, so what can I do now? Should I wait until people come up with the new essential mods for DOTM toys or just create my own project? I think I've come up with my own cool project. (Now the part you'll actually want to read.) Not too long ago I was on Testor's site looking at different paint colors and came across this 1/32 scale Corvette kit. After drooling over the many awesome reshell posted on this site I knew that 1/32 scale was just about the same scale as most deluxes and immediately thought that it would be really sweet if someone used this kit to reshell RTS Tracks into a real modern Corvette instead of a Corvette-ish car. Since I now have the main tool required to do a reshell, should I try doing one with this kit? Does anyone know if this will be a decent kit to work with? Maybe I should just get the kit for later when I'm a little more experienced (I'm not planning on starting the reshell immediately anyway). Does anyone even like this idea period? Please, tell me what do you all think?