So I ordered 7 sets from Victoria Miniatures and they arrived about 2 weeks later.
They described them that modelling experience is required to build them. Overall it was rather simple and self explaining. Just the front suspension part was a bit fiddly to get everything glued together, but not your hands too !
I had to modify the back axe a bit, because during games they tend to breack off together with the wheels, so I drilled a hole into both axes and put a metal wire through the back coaxial drive and glued everything together, it holds perfectly now. High quality resin with just small imperfections on the coaxial boxes.
When I was done assembling and painting it, I really liked the overall look, but when looking at the Taurox from the back, the "bulky" look was kind of gone, because of the bigger tracks at the back making it wider. So I browed the web for some Cougar MRAP pictures, and I noticed the they got huge mud flaps on the back, I could do the same. So I added them by using plastic card and creating the look of wider back bumper bar where mud flaps have been installed. I think that it looks a lot better now, but that there is still room for improvement imo. The plan is to add small triangle shaped plastic card parts between the the mud flaps of the inside to create a bigger wheel guard look.
Here are some pictures of the finished assembly and already painted, together with some before pics:
To sum it up, great upgrade kit by Victoria Miniatures! It is not cheap, but it is worth it. And I'm looking forward to use their parts in my 6 wheeled Taurox version ( adding 2 Taurox kits together and with a Flak turret on the roof ) and use it as a Hydra.
And here's a sneak peek at my Valkyrie: