The new sets will focus on the SWS line of 48th scale Phantom IIs, beginning with the F-4E. This will include the HybridCAST legs and other items with retraction pistons, and the rest is done and ready to go. The question, though, is whether or not to switch to printed items instead of castings, which we are planning to do. Right now, this will require a bit of testing, but should not represent a massive delay.
Sets are also being developed for the Tamiya F-4B, and, if demand is there, for the Academy kits, too. The photo above shows the nose gear strut, and what you see are two parts. Surprisingly (perhaps), the torque link is not a separate part, but is cast with the main strut. This idea ended up working surprisingly well.
Details to follow....
Very serious modellers who believe that artistic license can be incorporated into an accurate rendition of an aircraft....