Has anyone tried the DCConcepts phospher bronze bullhead fishplates yet? I've tried the C&L solder-on etched brass ones with some success, but find they're difficult to use and get them even each side of the rail and they tend to break with expansion and contraction.
With the C&L insulated fishplates, I have the same sort of problem with the glue-on each side of the rail variety. Their other type with the plastic web between are far easier to use but not ideal.
Another thing the new owner of C&L might wish to address is the track gauges made of steel, all very nice but mine have gone rusty, not very helpful for accuracy when I have to use an abrasive to get rid of the rust. Brass would be far better.