Those tracks look like the same set up that Takom used on the St Chamond. I hated them immensely. The liquid cement I used had a tendency to bleed up into the pivot joint making them very difficult to install. They could have easily been designed to snap together like Tamiya's Char B and Meng's Char 2C.
Wondered if you would tackle this one Tobias, looking good from here. I hear you and Bob about those tracks...sometimes you've got to wonder what they were thinking when they designed them...definitely not a 'user-friendly' assembly at all considering both the number of parts involved AND the number of links you need to pull it off successfully. Don't blame you at all for using the Meng tracks instead. Click-together design makes a lot more sense for this type of track IMHO.
Very eye-catching camo...but then I suppose when you're a slow-moving box on tracks, you don't want to provide a good aiming point for gunners, so breaking up the outlines and making it hard to focus helps! Kind of like 'dazzle' camo patterns on ships vs. U-boats. Nice work on the pattern Tobias, definitely looking forward to the weathering on this one.