Yes, thank you. Instructions are available, Tango has a decal, and you are right there are various options for the odd primary nosecone, from a much cheaper Centuri kit, a couple of contemporary Estes models which I think are similar, and Semroc balsa. The main appeal of the kit proper (at a reasonable price of course) is the relatively large number of accessories like solar panels, docking couplers, nozzles, hatches, a wrap, and several others which I wouldn't even know what they are called. I am guessing that is why neither Semroc (which otherwise covered this era/genre very well) nor anyone else ever took it on as a clone kit.Why not just clone it? You can get the Centuri tubes from Semroc (eRockets) and the three nose cones are available from Moldin' Oldies (https://www.siriusrocketry.biz/isho...in-oldies-cones-and-parts-26/type-c-parts-35/). The instructions should be available at Jimz. Alternatively, the main nose cone should be easy enough to clone in paper (two transitions and a shoulder) and could be scaled to the BT-50. The side pod nose cones are available in the Yankee kit. If you have access to one, the main nose cone could also be 3D printed.