I agree. I hate to be petty about spelling and grammar (we all slip up occasionally!), but that website reads like it was written by a teenager. After reading a few pages I began to wonder whether this might be a new venture by the team who gave us the J50 project...! Whatever the truth of the matter, it doesn't inspire confidence. It's a great shame, because unlike many new-build projects, this one could fill a genuinely significant historical "gap", on two levels. The England design, in its original form, was internationally significant: this was the design which proved that steam haulage on narrow-gauge public railways was viable, and thus paved the way for major narrow-gauge networks all over the world. Moreover, if you consider the FfR as a single entity, an original-condition England is one of the most important gaps in their surviving rolling stock: they have 1860s coaches available, but not an engine to match. Rebuilding Mountaineer would allow them to recreate their very earliest days. I very much hope this group can raise its game and fulfill its objective...but as things stand at the moment, I won't be investing.