I quickly removed all the contents to get a better idea of the kind of work lay ahead of me.
The Warp Hunter appears to be a lot of work but was probably the easiest to assemble. Basically it is a Fire Prism with Forge World bits in place of the Prism Cannon. The Hornets, on the other hand, were quite a bit of work.
Coming in at almost all resin casting, I was surprised at the lack of air bubbles and flaws. For the most part I only had to worry about removing extra resin and trimming away any excesses. The Hornets had an assembly guide (though I'm not entire sure it was very important as the model was fairly self explanatory) but the Warp Hunter I was left to fumble with (I may have left off an extra bit or two which I'll add later on if needed).
Overall the resin fit together nicely and the kits were a joy to put together. These will make great additions to the army and I'm excited to get right down to painting them.
As an added bonus, the Hornets both came with weapons sprues. The Hornet pictured above has the metal Scatter Lasers from my Wraith Lords attached as I decided the WL would use Bright Lances and Missile Launchers (which came with the sprue) and not the Scatter Lasers they already came with. In the end I had just the right amount of each weapon that I wouldn't have to trade with someone for the ones I needed. Bonus!
Well, that's it for today. I may update again later this week with some progress I've made in hobbying (adding flock and leaf litter to the Emperor's Pride army and modernizing old Wraith Lords). Till then, happy gaming all and thanks for reading!