I bought this one from Jia Yang at Chow Kit, Kuala Lumpur. If you got access to any monorail in KL (I think), you can go here quite easily. Two other shops should also sell some more of these "TT Hongli" Gunpla but availability and price varies (there are certain rules you have to abide if you want to get lower prices).
Exact location of Jia Yang: 3.16387,101.697478 (Google Maps)
Credit to liewpk for telling a number of us through the Lowyat forums about this place! =)
Okay, enough of that. XP
Details about this MS HERE.
Part 1: Box, Runners, Materials & Manual Scans
Part 2: Work in Progress (WIP) Compilation
Part 3: Overall Review
Read on for shots of the box, runners, materials and manual scans.
Note: The earlier shots were taken in a hotel under bright sunlight from a window. I took it then because I had to "crush" the box before coming back home with the goods. ^^;
Part 1: Box
Huge box is huge box. It was so huge, I had to fold it in two even after flattening it to fit into our luggage...
Part 2: Box open!
Part 3: Runners!
TT Hongli really likes to put many runners in one plastic bag. Really economical but it will risk more scratches onto the parts IMO. Also, the plastic bags can be opened as they are sealed via a sticky surface (dunno how to call it). So, you don't need to cut the bags like we normally do for other grades. Neat.
Part 5: Other Materials
Part 6: Construction Manual Scans
Part 7: Instruction Manual Scans
Sorry if the manuals aren't all that great in quality though. I'm only using a built-in scanner in my printer. XP
Okay, that's all for this part. Part 2 will be a quick compilation of the WIPs while part 3 will be the actual review. So, stay tuned. ^^