It had a certain gawky charm and was where Barnes -Wallis perfected his geodesic aircraft construction. Because the fuselage couldn't have bomb bay doors fitted the bombs were carried in underwing panniers.Blimey.
The Fairey one looks like a direct, errh shall we say homage, to the Froggy one.
Interesting (if somewhat short lived) history. This assumes you think killing the pilots is interesting.
The Vicker's one should have been strangled in the womb.
Among the thousands of buttons needed is a 'There's a thought' one. Fifteen hours plus in one would be arduous in comparison to a Sunderland.
Having walked through the one at Hendon, having a galley that would be ok in a modern studio flat was nice but having a work bench with vice and tool rack was as cool as a cool thing. Plus as you say you could go for a walk.