The model comes packaged in the new 'blister' and it comes on two resin sprues. After a quick examination of the sprues, I saw practically no flash on this model and only minor mold lines. There were only two bubbles, but they were small and they were on the bottom of the cape where they would not be seen.
I took extra care clipping the pieces off the sprues so that I would not break anything. It seemed rather fragile at the time and the resin felt a bit softer than the Forge World resin that I am used to. Once off the sprue, the pieces cleaned up quickly and easily.
Overall, the model took me roughly 10 minutes to clean and assemble and it looks very good. I really hope that all Finecast models are done this well, but after having read some of the other reviews in the blogosphere, I know they are not.
What about you, what are your experiences with Finecast models?