There's a good summary of what the kit includes here: http://www.cybermodeler.com/hobby/kits/kh/kit_kh_80131.shtml
The first impression is very, very favorable. There are many detail features like a complete gun bay for the F2H-2 and a camera bay for the F2H-2P, the seldom-seen speed brakes, and options for extended flaps and folded wings. Assembly and fit are facilitated by the presence of small tabs and posts and corresponding slots/ledges and holes. For example, if you choose to close the gun bay doors, which have a neat representation of the piano hinge at the top edge, there is a lip on the other three sides that sits on a ledge in the opening of the nose to minimize fit problems.
Some of the problems already noted on modeling websites are exaggerated by camera effects. Yes, the model is a little sway backed but not as bad as photos would have it and it can be reduced by some shimming. The overall fuselage height and length are to scale: the kit is not tubby. The canopy ledge is not too steep; it is as close to the right angle as I can measure. The engine inlet looks a lot better than it does in the picture although it is a bit too deep.
There are some things that could be fixed or not. Few will notice that the nose landing gear yoke is too long or the vertical tail is a little oversized in height and chord. However, there is that excessive upward bulge in the engine nacelle. It is by no means eggplane-like in appearance, but if you think of the Banshee as being sleek as I do, it is distracting. I'm in the process of determining if there is a reasonably easy fix to minimize it.
In the meantime...
This appears to be an excellent basis for an F2H-2 and -2P but could benefit from some corrections and additions. Some have questioned the fuselage length versus height from the pictures but the length of the assembled kit that I handled was correct and the height of the fuselage looks about right. There is a question about the shape of the engine nacelles.
The kit does not include the fighter's gunsight, only the -2P view port. The gun sight was a Mk 8 Mod 0 that set in a trough in the glare shield similar to the photo view port's.
Another omission is some of the detail stuff behind the headrest.
Note the fixed links on each side of the forward lower edge of the canopy. They have rollers on the bottom that slid back in a trough that angled upward as it went aft so the canopy bow rose to clear the pilot's head.
Nose landing gear improvements/corrections:
The wing flaps need some work to be accurate. The two inboard flaps should not have mostly parallel leading and trailing edges; the trailing edge tapers forward so that the flaps are parallel to the ground when extended. The outboard flap should incorporate the trailing edge of the wing but not the entire upper surface.
Another view of the wing upper surface included on the outboard flap trailing edge. Note the corresponding "cutout" in the upper wing trailing edge.
The top of the engine "nacelles" appears to be bulged upward and the intakes, not raked enough when
viewed from the side.
The kit has the two most inboard pylons staggered longitudinally. It would appear that they were in fact not staggered. Unfortunately, I don't have station data for them.
Only the two inner-most pylons could be loaded with 500-lb bombs and if they were, the adjacent most-inboard pylons could not be used. All four of the most inboard pylons could be loaded with 250-lb bombs; the pylons on the outboard wing panels could only be loaded with 100-lb bombs. All eight pylons could be loaded with rockets.
The following illustration (note the correction to the size of the box from the original post) provides the lines-drawing information to check the engine nacelle size and shape if you are so inclined. Note that the cut of the nacelle is slightly outboard of the fuselage and therefore does not include all of the interface of the nacelle with the fuselage going aft:
Two recommended references: