Anybody who has Alt. Mirage now has probably found that the chest doesn't quite work as intended. The hood piece is supposed to clip onto two black fold-out panels. Problem is, due to the "snap points" on the hinges for those panels, they naturally want to rest in a position that makes this rather impossible. You might manage to get the hood precariously connected, but any bit of jostling will pop it free again. The solution is pretty simple. If you close those black panels, you'll see a ridge along the edge of the hinge. Take a sharp exacto knife or similar, and slice that ridge off. This'll allow a lot more play in the hinge movement, and they won't collapse on you anymore. After doing so, you'll find that the slots that the chest clips into are too loose. Here, break out your trusty superglue, and apply a dab to the top and bottom edges of the tabs on the hood, and press them into the slots for a couple of seconds. You can pop the tabs in and out a couple of times, to make sure the friction is still sufficient as the glue shrinks and hardens. It might take a few tries to build up enough friction, but eventually, it'll hold solid.