The three part head, joined down the centre is not ideal but better than other Wyrd models that have been done the same way as the join is less noticeable due to the overall shape.
The 'Jaw' piece was a bit tight so I had to trim the locating piece so both parts aligned.
It's easier to assemble if you put the front legs on first rather than the rear ones.
This one is a tad awkward. If you assemble both side pieces and then attempt to insert the front piece (after putting both halves together) it's a bit of a tight fit...however if you assemble both sides as complete units and then glue both halves together it's difficult to make them fit flush. The first method seems to be the one indicated by the instructions and is the best method of the two.