Yes, I have used and have reviewed a number of pieces from Miller
Engineering. Their Micro-Structures line is incredible! The structures, are
some of the best brass buildings I have seen. I found the city kits very easy
to build. The most time consuming process was the painting and detailing of
The Victorian home line is much more complex. Once again, the time came with
the painting, but the results are stunning!
The Light Works kits are amazing. The signs designated for Z scale are
extremely bright and really work well. I added the interior light to the
diner and was really pleased with the results. The light nicely and evenly
lit the building while showing off the interior details (separate kit from
For those of you who are apprehensive about building a brass kit, let me give
you these words of advice: If you have built any type of kit in the past, you
will have no problems. Start with one of the more simple city buildings 1st.
Don't dive into a Victorian. Paint the pieces while they are still flat.
Fold, glue and touch up the paint. Sit back and enjoy the results�
Another manufacturer of brass kits is Micron Art. They can be reached at <A
>www.miconart.com</A>. There kits are more
complex to build, but are also highly detailed. Their line consists of track
side structures and now a large Z scale foundry!