This is our concluding round-up of new products displayed at Nuremburg 2012.

Great Planes' 72" span Waco bipe was released a little while ago but is included here as it's just so pretty.  

Avanti S is the first jet from SebArt. It spans 2m and requires a Jet-Cat P100 RX trubine. 

Graupner's Furys - 1.8m and 900mm spans. The big one needs your 1.20 two-stroke or equivalent.

Parkzone's new Mk.iX will be their first AS3X equipped micro warbird. 

E-flite's MiG 15 will bring EDF to your local ultra micro flying area. This one doesn't hang about. 

A gratuitous shot of Hangar 9's 2.2m span Tiger Moth 20cc. 

Fly Fly's composite airliner (for EDF) was certainly impressive although UK distribution seems uncertain. 

The telemetry widgets just keep on coming. This one will tell Spektrum users how much 'g' their model is pulling. Useful? Hmm, we're not so sure.

Horizon Hobby UK will shortly be distributing Zenoah petrol engines, seen here with a re-designed muffler. 

This is Multiplex's Blue Edition Easy Glider Pro - the colour scheme is all we could detect that was new.

From J.Perkins these eRC Nano Sticks will be just £39.99.

Colin McGinn from Area 51 Distribution and the men from Flying Styro seal the UK distribution agreement.

Another of Alfa Models' micro warbirds.

Century UK had a stand full of new foamie models, some warbirds featured sound effect modules. Note the B-17.