will be fun to build and okay to play with in open spaces... for some of us who have been into RC for a while... having it for nostalgia purposes too (and maybe even making it just a shelf-queen) can also be part of it's allure. For full out bashing and even potential racing later in the future... the B4
is a much better choice! Parts availability as has been mentioned is a big factor too! Getting a B4
clearly has the edge there as well. It might not take long for you to get bored with just bashing around. You eventually might want to run your Off-Road kit at a Track and improve your driving on it by practicing.... this could eventually lead to racing which is really a ton of fun! Hopefully by that time you will know your kit inside and out and if it's the B4
you decide to get... then costs on a new kit and adjusting to a new car won't be a factor!