True, however "good" and "right" is also very subjective. Good and right from a historical perspective, yes, I agree with you. However, each person's idea of good and right is different. One guy might get caught up in being 100 percent historically correct, and the next guy might be more concerned with a functional firearm that although not exacting in its history.One thing to keep in mind, is that a Kibler will teach you what "good" and "right" is. I've been around this stuff a long time and the VAST majority of people don't grasp this very well. Also, you won't have a bunch of problems from the manufacturer to fix. Something that is all too common.
Sir, I am not knocking your product. Please don't take things that way. I'm merely pointing out that other kits are going to teach the builder more than yours will. Again, for the person who prefers the company do most of the work for them, your kits I'm sure can't be beat. However, many builders want more of a challenge, and or they're more concerned with producing a functioning representation of a bygone Era, without as much regard to exacting correctness.