Looks like a great read, with lots of good info. Osprey does some great detail artwork for cockpit areas as well. Back in 1989, I was doing some munitions recovery work on Guadalcanal, and we were working quite a bit in the jungle-- there was an "ad hoc" WWII "Museum" a local "entreuprener" had started off Henderson Field. Parked at the back of his "museum" was a P39 which had been drug out of the jungle, still sitting upright on its tri-cycle landing gear, less tires, prop, guns, doors and plexiglass-- it was still pretty impressive though. A Sakae engine and some Japanese airframe parts lay nearby, presumably from a Zero, at least that's what was advertised. I'll probably get this book just to remember my trip down there.