looks like most of my new models are on the way. Good thing about them using UPS is that you can track them and they are normally pretty accurate.
I am sure others designing models get people asking if they can produce the model in another scale.
I chose to start in 1/35 as its well supported by military kit manufacturers, and OO track was nearer to 2ft gauge than if I had modelled in 1/43 or 1/48. I can up models to 1/32 scale which I use to model 50cm gauge, but I can't reduce size without starting again. That hasn't stopped people asking though.
Amazed no-one has produced WW1 railway stock in O scale yet but 1/48 hasn't been a popular scale for military modellers. I would expect to see some items soon, there is already a 20hp Simplex, and I think there might have been wagon kits a few years ago.
Although I am keeping with my Gn15 modules, my prefered scale is now 1/35 and 1/32, depending on the era being modelled, and that includes plans for 15in gauge using 12mm gauge track, which I think is a sadly neglected scale/gauge combination. I can also model 3ft or metre gauge using 32mm O gauge track and standard gauge using gauge 1 track,not forgetting using 9mm gauge for even smaller minimum gauge(around about 12in), so for me its the right scale.
Still can't properly understand why the gauge 1 people thought moving to 10mm/ft was a good idea, especially as it has allowed the toy manufacturers to confuse G scale.
Talking of using 12mm gauge I am thinking of trying to adapt some of Steve's wagon kits, as I have an excellent source of 12mm gauge wagon wheels. Would this be referred to as G1-12, leading to the possibility of G9, as well as G1-9. I think I will just say what scale and gauge it is, much easier.