I don't have the kit with me at work, and I can take pictures tonight for us. In the meantime I can describe what I observed in the box.
The moldings look sharp and free of flash. The engine has separate cylinder rows. Whilst I don't plan on replacing the diecast engine, there may come a day when I assemble the engine and use it for a diorama photo.
The landing gear struts have a good set of oleos. This is the triangular "elbow" that connects the wheel, hub and piston assembly to the main strut. The oleo is a shock absorber with a specific function and DeAgostini (or whoever produces this series of diecast) tends to render the unit as a solid piece. The oleo is one of the major improvements we will make with this conversion thread.
The other major improvement will be the propeller and hub. The kit contains separate components, a three blade prop and a clean hub. As we showed in the Judy conversion thread, we can improve the DeAgostini diecast model by replacing their one-piece unit with the kit assembly. This will involve some basic spray painting and maybe decals if the prop tips had those.
One thing I like to do with kit propellers is to use fine sandpaper to thin them out a bit. I like to work with roughly three grades of paper, fine, to super fine, to lapping paper. The lapping paper is much like a polishing paper. I like my trailing prop edges to be razor sharp.
The kit comes with two complete closed canopies. I'm not sure the reason for this; usually two canopies are provided, one open and one closed. Or, sometimes variants to the plane give the modeler an option on which canopy they prefer. The pieces are bagged so I haven't given them a close look. I will do that tonight and report back.
Many months later and I've finally opened my DeAgostini Tojo. She's a beautiful diecast model of the Army plane.
I've modified the landing gear slightly, and I'll replace the retraction strut only.
I'm not sure if I'll replace the prop and hub. Stock parts look decent.
As Pappy pointed out, the 2 fuel tanks are too far forward; the landing gear would be impeded to extend or retract. I've relocated the tanks back about 1mm, for clearance. They do not interfere with the famed Nakajima butterfly flaps.
The diecast Tojo is set and drying. Will have photos later. A great model, for sure.