Thank you both for the kind comments.
There are a few details left to be added prior to priming the model such as wireropes, the searchlight and some other stowage pieces. After painting the model I will add the Uzis on the turret, some stowage on the hull front and the fenders and anything else that I might have forgotten.
Let's see what has been done:
The most important details the Edurad photoetch set provides are the stowage bin handles. They are easy to fold and really show once in place.
DEF supplies three water canisters in their conversion set. Dragon only shows one in the instructions, but photos prove that there were canisters on each side of the turret. I have to admit that I did not find many good photos of the right side of the vehicle, which seems strange since there are a lot of good photos of the left side.
Def also supplies a very nice searchlight storage mount for the back of the turret, plus the wirerope holders.
Def supplies two fire extinguishers. Finding reference for their location is difficult. On Magach 5s (Magach 3 upgraded with Baltan ERA, used in Lebanon in 1982) the fire extinguishers are placed behind the cupola and the loader's hatch. I have also found a photo showing this configuration on Magach 3s, but then I found this photo:
Both tanks in the photo have the same configuration, a fire extinguisher base on the fender, next to the front stowage bin and one on the turret side, below the cupola, plus an Uzi mount. I decided to follow DEf's instructions and add a fire extinguisher on each side of the stowage bins, since the Legend stowage prevents me from adding the fire extinguisher and the Uzi below the cupola, on the right side of the turret.
The photoetch around the gun mantlet is provided by Def and once put into place really stands out.
The .30 cal mount is a work of art, also supplied by Def. I did not use the photoetch bullet rounds, I will add some resin ones after painting the model.
The Legend stowage on the turret basket is great, and really easy to use. Although there are no instructions in the box, there are some excellent photos on Legend's site.
And some more photos: