This breaks a little from the ideology "Gather your tools first, count them, then build" but it does add a little to the clarity and ease of it all.
All in all it is hard to make a choice between who has the best booklet, because they are both pretty decent.
They employ a similar tactic of using the blocks next to each step to show how a portion of that step should be built.
Whether it's the wheel of the ship, or just how a few block should be arranged.
In this post I evaluate my personal experience with the kits of the three with a decent collection of boxes and relatively easy to find: In this review it is important to know that I have not bought any boxes of original LEGO (tm) past 2007 for myself to build, except the occasional board game.
The colours go more towards the old 1990's standard, the smaller parts the figurines seem to hang more towards the end of the 1980's.I started out with building the KAZI set, of which I bought two because that meant outrageous discount in a trade-spectacular end of March.Both boxes contain the same parts and extras, nothing left to chance there. What was fairly obvious when building this set is that there is limited quality control on the molding and printing equipment.The brick quality was clear immediately, not-quite-alike and not entirely in alignment.What also caught my eye in the first few steps is that the bricks supplied were smaller than would have been efficient and sturdy.