My target audience is the 70% or so that aren’t bothered by such things, the casual user. I do like detail myself, but as a business owner I have to build for the market not my ego if I want to succeed. That said, I’m getting more settled in now with the new sim, and my tools, so I’m looking to increase the detail for each and every model that I build. There are lots of fine details I’d like to add to the Stearman in the future that are not there yet ( cockpit fasteners detail, weathering, trim-tab linkages etc etc ) because they’re not 100% required for fun, but would be nice to add. I launch when an aircraft is ready for the target market, and then listen to the feedback to refine the product to keep as large a proportion of owners happy as I can. This approach caused a bit of consternation when the F-15 Eagles launched as folks didn’t know that was the plan, but it’s worked out well in the end. The Stearmans will follow the same plan, but of course are already taking advantage of what I’ve learned since the Eagles with texturing, modelling etc. Each product should be better than the last at launch, if I’m doing things right.