I don't like the look of the Canopy glue nor Gallery glass windows due to their thickness and bubble problems. I doubt I have the patience to cut and use real glass, so thin plastic (or acetate) is my preferred method. I've had problems with little scratches, but using Future seemed to eliminate that, though I had some problems on the big windows of the Salon building earlier in the build. The cigar store has windows that are all different sizes. Most are the same width, but are partially opened. For these I cut a piece to the width on a paper cutter (only took two tries to get it right this time
), then to length on the chopper. I then put the windows and their matching glass in the bin on the left so I can keep them straight. Next I'll A&I the walls and then install the windows (A&I ed without the glass, then glass installed). Then it'll be time to glue the walls together. I painted the lower edge of the "Hogg" sign where it was damaged, then some light drybrushing to bring it together. It's a little darker, but I can live with it.