I was quite intrigued to see some Belgians make an appearance among this year's line-up (1/72 Gloster Gladiator and 1/48 Hawker Hunter F.4), however...
It appears the otherwise excellent Airfix research team made a minor mistake in researching the 'Red Devils' Hawker Hunter, in that they took the Brussels Air Museum example as their research sample! The 'real' IF-70 was indeed a Hawker Hunter that flew with the Red Devils display team, however it was a Hunter F.6 rather than a Hunter F.4! (IF-70 was the Fokker-built c/n 8820, delivered December 1958 and withdrawn November 1963; sold to Hawker in January 1965 as G-9-160, converted to FGA.73 and delivered to the Kuwaiti Air Force as 215 in February of 1966).
The Brussels Air Museum example is Hunter F.4 ID-46 (Fairey Aviations-built c/n AF39, delivered December 1956 but already written off June 1957; used as instructional airframe until transfer to the Brussels Air Museum); it was painted up as IF-70 (a Red Devils Hunter F.6 used during the 1961-1963 seasons) soon after its arrival at the Museum in March of 1960, and never restored to its original livery or identity.
Hawker Hunter F.4s in Belgian service received serials in the ID-series (ID-1 to ID-64, financed under the US Off-Shore Program and rumoured to have originally been destined for the reborn West-German Luftwaffe; and ID-101 to ID-148, financed by the Belgian State itself - hence the odd break in the middle of the block); Hunter F.6s in Belgian service received serials in the IF-series (IF-1 to IF-144, all financed by the Belgian State).
The Red Devils display team (or rather, the display team of 7 Squadron) only flew the Hunter F.4 once, during the 'Meeting des Nations' on June 29th 1958, using five aircraft; however these appeared in standard Belgian Air Force camouflage (they were respectively ID-101/7J-Z, ID104/7J-T, ID-114/7J-T, ID-122/7J-N, and ID-136/7J-U). These five aircraft only flew for the team once, as they were soon afterwards retrofitted with the Hunter F.6 dogtooth leading edge. (ID-104 & 122 in July of 1958, ID-101 in September of 1958, and ID-114 & 136 in November of 1958). By the time of their following meet at Chièvres, Belgium on October 10th 1958, 7 Squadron had converted to the Hawker Hunter F.6, but they still hadn't received permission for a special livery. That livery didn't come until the spring of 1959 (at the time a still-timid Belgian tricolor wing livery added to the standard NATO camouflage; and the team only first presented itself as the 'Red Devils' during the July 5th 1959 meeting at Gosselies (Charleroi) in Belgium.
I also happened to note a returning issue with the livery of the Mitsubishi A6M2b Zero kit (A01005), which is presented as an aircraft of 201 Kokutai, Imperial Japanese Navy, at the Tobera Airfield in Keravat, East New Britain in Papua New Guinea. This is not the case - the aircraft is marked with the kanji 'Tsu' (ツ) which was attributed to the Tsukuba Naval Air Group, 11th Training Combined Air Group, Imperial Japanese Navy, based out of Tsukuba Air Base, Tsukuba, Japan. Instead, the unit code for the 201 Kokutai would have been '02-', a famous example of an aircraft being marked that way would be the A6M2b flown by Yukio Seki (02-888 of 301 Hitokai, 201 Kokutai at Mabalacat, the Philippines) during the first organised Kamikaze attack on October 25th 1944.
Other than that - I'm definitely looking forward to this year's releases, especially the MiG-17!