Having pre-ordered this loco more than a year ago, I was pleased to receive an "It's in the post" email from Kernow yesterday, and it duly arrived today. SR Man and possibly others have already posted about 10201/2, but I was waiting for 10203 in BR Green, and I have to say, it seems worth the wait and the cost, a not inconsiderable £169 in the UK. As expected, it comes well packed in the usual Bachmann/Heljan/Hornby style clear plastic clip together case, slid into a clear plastic sleeve, all in a foam lined padded box with the Kernow logo's. Supplied are alternate bogie weights to use if the loco is for display only (without couplings), and headcode display blanking discs, to be user fitted. First impressions are it's quite a heavy beast and feels solid in the Heljan style, very nicely finished, though the 'Primrose Yellow' roof will need weathering soon as it stands out like a sore thumb......yes, apparently 10201/2/3 and the "LMS Twins" all had their roof's painted in this colour for a time! Anyway, onto my rolling road for the suggested 30 minutes 'running in' in each direction, and it's a smooth as.......well, silk, I guess, especially on DC and from my rather basic Hornby controller. Once the running in is done, it's time to upend it in my maintenance cradle, 4 screws, 2 between each bogie, and off comes the body to reveal circuit board etc, and surprisingly, a fitted speaker for DCC sound, cab lighting being a small circuit board at each cab, only functioning on DCC using F1/2, loco lighting is forward direction end only with no red rear lighting, as per the prototype. Here's what the chassis looks like.