The latest Artwork is out for this release.
As William mentioned Hobby Master's "Canadian Client" has the final say on any corrections.
Potential Problems have been avoided. The Canadian Warplane Heritage Warbird version (which was lost after a fire following a forced landing in 1984) did not have very accurate markings. This is perhaps because reference photos of BA-U were likely not available back then.
Some errors on the CWH Warbird included (besides "BA-U" not being a twin seat Mustang):
1) The Tiger Emblem should not have been applied to the starboard side. Port side only for the actual aircraft
2) The Roundels on top of the wing should have been placed mid way (fore-aft) on the wing. Not mid way on the red painted area.
3) The Roundels on top of the wing were missing the surrounding 1 and 1/2 inch clearance.
4) The Squadron Letters "BA" and the Aircraft letter "U" were missing entirely from the upper surface of the wing.
5) The flat radio antenna on top of the fuselage was not correct for the time period. A mast antenna would be correct.
6) Black walkway markings on top of the wing were not correct.
7) "BA-U" had aircraft number 9255 not 9567.
Below: The CWH Warbird which was lost in 1984
Below: Photo of the real "BA-U" showing the identification letters on top of the wing, the 1 and 1/2 inch clearance surrounding the roundels, lack of black walkway markings, and also the lack of any stencils on the propeller.
Below latest artwork. Of note is the letters underneath the wing. VC was used by all RCAF aircraft from the late 1940s until the early 1950s.