Sometimes you just don't feel like getting out of bed to go to work. Had a headache and could not sleep well last night. After I finally woke up, and my headache was over, I was straddled with guilt at not going to work, so the remedy was to go work on models. What to do? T Gauge of course! Let's see, we sand down the car side, laser cut some "Laser Thins" plastic to match NP 594's window arrangement, quickly and sloppily brush paint the sides, crank out some decals, and go to work: This stuff is tiny, but I think with care, it is do-able. The decals are too hard to cut out off the sheet, and brush painting leaves terrible residue, but the test case model actually worked out. The original car was the Keihintokoku Line's locomotive, which is not powered but has directional lighting. Now that I know it can be done, I will fine tweek the decals, make different window arrangements, and airbrush up some more car sides.