The TIEs are great, although I would check to make sure the first wave (Interceptor and standard) parts list include printed parts (control panels were not listed as such in the original parts list). The Jerac instructions are great too.
The Inthert N-1 is gorgeous, but the parts list was an absolute mess, with wrong parts, missing parts, wrong colors, and wrong amounts. The instructions are serviceable, but you will have to manually mirror sections (wings, side panels) and I had to rebuild the engines a few times before I finally got them right, as there are a bunch of parts per step and rotations that make it very confusing.
So, hopefully they will be much more detail-oriented in the future. The models are great, the instructions are mostly good, but the parts lists have been the weakness--and given that they're selling premium instructions and trying to show builders' creations in the best possible light, I expect much better.