I'll just reiterate what seems to have been said. The domes are definitely wrong for these cars. (I rode this train many times, by the way.) They are styled after Pullman Standard and not the Budd curved glass design. The glass at the ends of the dome is also done differently between those two prototype manufacturers. (Yes, one Pullman Standard dome was added later with smooth sides because they couldn't get another Budd built one fast enough.) If the car has fluting, it should have the curved glass dome. The look of the train, to my eye, is very dependent on having the correct domes. And it is true that the Observation should be front of center. There are a number of other nits and picks I suppose, and I didn't expect the quality of Golden Gate cars, and these are not at that price point, either. But wrong domes and misplaced domes is certainly less than what I expected.