Indeed, painting them was a real pleasure. I don't want to give you another review of PSC Panzer IVs - there are many available here and there. Just to emphasize - these are great models! Some people complain about plastic models being too light. I put some fishing weights together with PVA glue inside their hulls and they are nearly as heavy as resin models.
You may wonder why didn't I put Schurzens around hulls of the tanks. Well, it is because, from time to time, there are FoW tournaments here in Poznan that are played in mid-war MW 1942. This is mid-war restricted to machines available at 1942. I would like to have an option to field such an army, so I didn't want to make the tanks looking too much like H version. The G version didn't have Schurzen skirts at all, but still I think they will suit the period well.
I also painted SdKfz 222, which I bought to create an objective. Here, in BG Kursk it could be field alone, so why not to take a chance.
For now couple of photos and stay tuned for the next update on Kursk...