Many months ago, I read through a series of posts by Blacknred81. He showed in great detail a heck of a lot of livery issues regarding the Union Pacific Heritage Collection (https://forums.dovetailgames.com/th...d-for-new-us-content.65251/page-3#post-610565 for the start of that list). I'm so sorry Mr. Blacknred, I saw all of that effort you put into showing us how little effort was put into liveries that literally cost real world money, and I didn't listen. I saw the pack with a measly 20% discount about two months ago, and my Union Pacific-loving self couldn't resist. I spent $12 USD on six highly flawed liveries. Immediately I realized my mistake when I drove the heritage locomotives for the first time. Took one look at the headlights, one look at the wheels, and I'd be shocked if more than a day was spent working on these locomotives. Here's a brief rundown of this issue: First, the wheels. Have you ever eaten a black and white cookie? Because that's what the wheels on the heritage SD70ACes look like. It's not the easiest thing to show in a photo, but about a third of the wheel is purely black, fully covered in a shadowy void. It's painfully obvious and stands out when I use the external camera and face it towards the train. The wheels look very unnatural, as one would assume when they're nearly half shadow-covered. Not all trains have these weird shadowy wheels however, which I'll list later on. For the other annoying element: headlights. Oh my goodness, what are the headlights? I'm just going to show photos for this section, and below the photo I'll tell you in words if the headlights are bad (though you'll probably see that for yourself), along with if the specific locomotive being showcased has the shadowy wheels. All of these photos were taken around 09:48 at Cheyenne, 24th May with light clouds. Union Pacific SD70ACe (Flag scheme) Headlights: Good Wheels: Good UP 1982 Headlights: Good Wheels: Good UP 1983 Headlights: Bad Wheels: Bad UP 1988 Headlights: Bad (VERY bad on the top) Wheels: Bad UP 1989 Headlights: Bad Wheels: Good UP 1995 Headlights: Bad Wheels: Bad UP 1996 Headlights: Bad Wheels: Bad So that's what's been bothering me today. I purchased the UP Heritage Collection for the colorful heritage schemes, but the locomotives are just too ugly to look at when you see the headlights. UP 1982 is the only one of the six that doesn't have the awful headlights and wheels, but referring back to Blacknred, it's still an incredibly flawed product. If you're thinking of buying the UP Heritage Collection, just... don't.