I like the way Lifelike does their decals. They pick a type of aircraft and give you markings for several variants of that aircraft, rather than four or six of one type. This sheet contains markings for four Me109s. They are an Me109G-6/AS from 10 (N) Moskito/JG300, a high-altitude version with a yellow comet on the nose, a Bf109E-3 flown by Oblt. Hasselmann, the Geschwader Adjutant of JG26, an Me109G-2/Trop belonging to Heinz Bär when he was Kommodor of I/JG77, and an Me109G-5/AS of Maj. Günther Specht, Kommodor of II/JG11.
The instruction sheet is in full color, with side views of the aircraft showing the camouflage and decal placement. The decals are thin, in register, with what seems to be accurate colors.
So, as you can see, one sheet gives four fairly widely varied versions of the 109 with four different kinds of markings. No waste here. Recommended.
My thanks go to Lifelike Decals for providing the sheet and to IPMS/USA for allowing me to review it.