October's issue of BRM is an RM Web special with lots of article by member of the countries largest model railway forum. We even handed over some of the editorial duties to a couple of guest editors - you can read their experiences on the BRM Blog.
My input this month, both on paper and on the bumper pack DVD, centres on laser cut buildings. I've Tried and Tested an engine shed kit from LCut Creative engine shed kit.
It's an interesting model. Sharply cut from a superb material - a compressed card that cuts perfectly with a sharp knife. I'd like some plain sheets for scratchbuilding. The kit's not perfect, as I say on the page, but if you need a single road shed for a tank loco, it's well worth a look. Being able to buy components or modules from the range is an excellent idea too. Those windows are superb.
On camera, I'm building a bridge kit which involved a bit of Blue Peter style "He's one I built earlier" malarkey. With only one kit to work with, I found myself sat outside the studio quickly sticking the model together while Howard was in front of the cameras. The place stank of superglue kicker afterwards...