> How well do the decals included with these kits compare
> to Aeromaster and SuperScale?
It depends, most of the time R/M decals are crap, bad printing, thick
and often inaccurate. However, some kits from time to time are pretty
good but I can't remember if the He-111 and the last reissue of the
B-25J were in that category. If the B-25 was an earlier release they'll
probably be junk.
The ProModeler decals are pretty good, comparable to Superscale and the
better Aeromaster sheets, but often not in register.
> I've tried using Revell
> decals before and it seems that they did not respond
> very well to decal solvent - they wouldn't snuggle down.
Read the instructions, most of their decals(usually the crappy ones) do
not work with solvents and it usually says so in the instructions.
> I plan to test some of the decals, the ones I don't want
> to use, but would like to hear ( read ) some opinions or
> special methods for use with these decals.
If they're the thick, glossy, process printed(lots of dots instead of
solid colours) ones then about the best you can do is use them on a very
smooth glossy surface. Not that I'm much of an expert on using them
though, the print quality is usually so bad I don't bother with them.